Category: News Wire Published on Saturday, 06 October 2012 19:46 Written by scaR Hits: 212
Google is preparing to launch their next Nexus smart phone with their newest mobile partners, LG. The phone will be one of first quad-core 4G mobile devices to market. Features like wireless charging make this a product to take note of. It is expected to be based off LG's existing Optimus G desgin.
Unlike other quad-core 4G phones being announced, they aren't using Nvidia's aging Tegra 3 chip as it does not feature on board LTE capability. Carriers frown at non-integrated LTE which have lead to dual-core dominance. Instead the Nexus LG will feature a 1.5Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with built in LTE support alongside 2GB of RAM, a 1280 x 768 HD display and an 8 megapixel digital camera. The Snapdragon chip also packs a punch with it's Adreno 320 GPU which is 70% faster than the fastest Tegra 3.
To be honest the sheer processing power competes with larger devices such as the iPad 2. This is the cutting edge of mobile hardware. Now for the downsides. The battery will be non-removable and there will be no SD card slot for extra storage. Built in storge is expected to come in 8GB and 16GB sizes.
source : http://www.pcworld.com/article/2011343/google-lg-to-announce-new-nexus-phone.html