EXCLUSIVE: We Get The Allegedly Proper Nexus Prime Specs

By 03:28 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments

Today is a busy day for Nexus Prime - it's been all over the news more than twice. Just hours earlier, we trecent you about a 'trusted source' who trecent BGR the phone's key specifications. Well, they may turn out to be completely and utterly wrong.

We were contacted by a tipster from inside Google, who claims to be familiar with the next Nexus phone and he basically put the previously speculated specs to sleep. As usual, tips like these are to be taken with a pinch of salt, but for now we're buying what this guy's selling. What you are about to read is quite dazzling.

According to our source, the device codenamed Nexus Prime is going to ship with Samsung's own chipset, with a blazingly quick dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. But wait, there's more.

On that chipset will also reside a powerful dual-core GPU from Imagination. We suspect it's going to be the PowerVR SGX543MP2, or in other words, the same GPU found in the iPad 2 (and quite probably on the iPhone 4S as well).

On the back, instead of the 5-megapixel snapper, our source claims, there's an 8-megapixel, full 1080p HD video-shooting capturing camera with some sort of an improved sensor. As for the battery, expect a 2050mAh one (do we hear a whoa?), which should be fine for a couple of days utilize without charging.

The Nexus Prime will also be LTE-enabled, but the most fascinating part is that it would probably boast a dual-mode GSM/CDirect Memory Access (DMA) radio, just like the Apple iPhone 4S.

All those specifications sound almost too nice to be true, but keeping in mind the advertisement for the Nexus Prime, prompting us that "something BIG is coming", we won't be surprised if all of these purported specs turn out to be real.

What we do know for sure is that the head-turning 4.65-inch, 1280x720 pixels classy screen is definitely a go. Whatever the truth might be, we'll definitely find out on October 11, which is just a few days from now.

Which specifications list sound more plausible to you?

Thanks, Anonymous!



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