The Google Nexus 3 made a furtive appearance in the news a while back with no specs and a vague confirmation from Google that the Nexus family tree will continue to grow and now he Nexus 3 has popped up again with a little more detail to tempt your gadget tastebuds. The Google Nexus 3 (aka Google Nexus 4G in the US) is reportedly going to be released with the latest Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich and a super-sized 720p HD screen, latest dual-core processor will be under the hood and an advanced 5-megapixel camera will be on the back. The camera will deliver Full HD video recording at 1080p and other umoured features include an impressive 1GB of RAM and also a design with no physical buttons allowing the software to handle all the navigation and shortcuts………..
Google is two devices deep in a quest to deliver its vision of what a mobile device should be, while pushing the envelope forward as far as specifications and collaboration is concerned and Google’s next Nexus device possibly called the Nexus 4G, which is going to be an absolute beast. The new Nexus will be powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz or 1.5GHz CPU, either a Texas Instruments OMAP 4460 or a low-power 28nm Krait-based Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, says BGR. If true, those specs run counter to earlier reports that the new Nexus would be outfitted with an Nvidia Kal-El processor. As befitting its potential name, the new phone would run over a 4G LTE network. Though no carrier was named by BGR‘s source, BGR thinks it could turn out to be one of the first LTE phones offered by AT&T. BGR‘s source also says the display will feature a 720-pixel high-definition monster-sized screen. Taking the overall interface to the next level, BGR says Google won’t include any physical menu buttons below the screen and will insted make the controls software-based, which follows earlier reports about the phone from tech site TechHog. The next-gen Nexus will carry 1GB of RAM, offer 1080p video capture and playback, and offer two cameras–a 1-megapixel camera in front, and a 5-megapixel camera in the rear. The rear camera is reportedly designed to offer good quality photos in low light conditions. Moving up to the next flavor of Android, the new Nexus will run Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, prompting BGR to speculate that the phone could be a “flagship/reference Ice Cream Sandwich device” rather than just another Google Nexus product.