The last quarter of the last year marks Google’s announcements concerning the new family of Nexus devices, starting with the LG manufactured Nexus 4 smartphone, revived Nexus 7 tablet variants and prices, and the Samsung made Nexus 10 Android tablet.
Barely did the Nexus 4 penetrate the market according to the demand and already there are rumors about the device that is going to replace it this year. So is the case with the Nexus 7, that apparently is going to be replaced by a greater improved version. Courtesy of a Korean forum, some specs regarding the new Google devices have leaked on the Internet.
The next gen Nexus smartphone will apparently be made by LG and called the LG Nexus 5. It will feature a 5-inch full-HD (1920 x 1080) display, offering no less than 440 ppi. It will be powered by NVidia’s Tegra 4 chip, along with 2GB of RAM, 8/16GB of internal storage, a 13 MP auto-focus rear camera with LED flash and a 3 MP front-facing camera. There will be a retail unit price for the 8 GB variant of $299.
The Nexus 7.7 is the next mid-range Google tablet, going to offer a 7.7-inch WUXGA display (1920×1200, 294 ppi). It will offer a 720p HD rear and front cameras and will be powered by the same NVidia Tegra 4 chip, along with 2GB of RAM and 8/16GB of internal storage. The price will be of $299 for the 8GB model – while both devices are expected to come with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. An announcement is expected durring this year’s Google I/O event.