By Shailesh Shrivastava | Mar 19, 2013 09:31 AM EDT
Google's next Nexus device has been in rumors for a long time, and this time the Google Nexus 5 grabs headlines in tech news websites for its camera.
According to new rumors, the phone is going to sport a camera from Nikon with a triple censor array. Apart from the camera, a tipster of PhoneArena suggests that the device will come with a 5-inch 1080 pixels display and will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 600 processor supported by a 2 GB of RAM.
The smartphone may be juiced by a 3140 mAh battery and will be available in 8/16 GB variants.
Google's Vice President for Engineering, Vic Gundotra, has already hinted in a Google+ conversation that the next Nexus device is going to a big hit for its camera.
"We are committed to making Nexus phones insanely great cameras. Just wait and see," Vic had stated.
Although the specifications come directly from a tipster to PhoneArena and nothing has been confirmed by Google so far, they look more realistic than those specification pitched for LG 'Megalodon.'
According to an Android and Me report, an anonymous source informed the website about the features of the Nexus 5 contender 'Megalodon.'
The website also takes the features with a big grain of salt and says, "Looking over the list of specs reveals a nerd's wishlist on steroids."
The source puts the following specifications for Megalodon:
Many of the components listed here have not even reached the market as yet. Qualcomm is expected to release the Snapdragon 800 processors later this year.
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