I’ve read a lot of rumours recently about Google building their next flagship called X Phone. Most of these rumours center around specs and I’m sure Google won’t disappoint us in this direction. Today a new report appears to come out from a tipster.
It appears that the next Google phone will have a 4.7-inch 1080p display and a 5-megapixel front camera. This 5 megapixel camera will also serve as a light sensor and will help the eye tracking feature.
Because the demand for high end smartphones is growing day by day and manufacturers want to satisfy users, it’s expected that Google X Phone will be announced during I/O Conference(between May 15 and 17). That’s under 7 months since the announcement of Nexus 4. During Google I/O 2013 the whole world also expects to see the 5th version of Android, doubted as Key Lime Pie.
Inside the next Google phone, we should expect a powerful processor. The latest rumour indicate an Nvidia Tegra 4i chip, but personally I’d also give credit to a Snapdragon 800 or 600 processor.
On the back of the phone there should be a 16-megapixel camera that should once for all solve the poor quality of previous Google Nexus phones. A recent patent aplication from Google also indicates that the company have plans to add touch control on the back of their future phones. Who knows, maybe the next Nexus phone will have this feature also.
Leaving rumours away, the biggest news is the one Larry Page announced during January Google conference earnings call that “battery life is a huge issue” and that “When you drop your phone, it shouldn’t go ‘splat’ “. So there are good premises that Google is going forward and their future phones should bring huge improvements.