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Google's Nexus 4G is Expected in Fall and Awesome, Report Says

If your latest rumors about Google's forthcoming Nexus 4G phone are to be believed, you may want to wait until Thanksgiving prior to a new Android device. Google is reportedly prepping a brand new Nexus phone that includes a dual-core processor, "monster-sized" screen, and high-definition video capture. The unit will run Android 4.0 (Frozen treats Sandwich), accumulate around Thanksgiving, and, for the reason that name suggests, these devices will operated with a 4G LTE network, in accordance with Boy Genius Report.

The rumored spec list isn't complete,
however the device would reportedly have got a dual-core 1.2-1.5 GHz dual-core processor. That sounds like the Nexus might be running the fresh dual-core Kal-El chips from Nvidia, but BGR says the OMAP 4460 from Texas Instruments or perhaps a new Qualcomm Snapdragon chip are more liable.

Google's rumored new device
might also sport 1GB RAM, 1 mega-pixel front-facing camera, 5 MP rear-facing camera, 1080p video capture, and a large 720p display (no specifics). The extender are often entirely software based with no hardware buttons.There isn't any word on carrier details or when the rumored Nexus phone will carry the particular Nexus brand. Instead, perhaps Google is working closely that has a device maker to generate a flagship device designed to lead the way for Ice Cream Sandwich handsets that follow.

In May, Google demoed Android 4.0
in the company's I/O developer conference. The forthcoming mobile OS will basically bring many Honeycomb features to smartphones for example the task launcher and sliding widgets. Soft ice cream Sandwich will also feature Kinect-like motion detection, plus more NFC integration. Google says ICS will somehow address the fragmentation problem for developers by creating "one OS that runs everywhere."

Google in December unveiled
cost-free Nexus device the Nexus S, built by Samsung. The handset runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), has a 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 16GB onboard storage, 4-inch display, including a 5MP camera. The Nexus S is obtainable on T-Mobile and the Nexus S 4G runs on Sprint's network.
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