Specs of upcoming HTC Nexus device leaked, codenamed “Sailfish”

We have been hearing about HTC-built Nexus devices from a long time. HTC is said to be the new manufacturer of Nexus devices and we will see not one, but two HTC Nexus smartphones in 2016. Out of two, specifications of the upcoming Nexus phone codenamed “Sailfish” (aka “S1”) has been leaked. According to Android Police, Sailfish will be the successor to the Nexus 5X and is the smaller of the two phones.

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The report does not reveal anything about pricing, release date and storage/RAM configurations. Also, it is still unknown what the device will be called and whether or not it will feature HTC branding. In addition, no details about the larger HTC Nexus device, codenamed “Marlin” has been revealed.

Talking of specifications, Sailfish is said to come with a 5-inch Full HD (1920x1080p) display with ~440PPI pixel density, powered by 2.0GHz Quad-core 64-bit processor (of unknown make) paired with 4 gigs of RAM. The device will undoubtedly run on upcoming Android N and will come with 32GB of internal storage. There is no word on whether this is the base storage or if there will be multiple models available at the time of launch.

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​To keep running the device, Sailfish will have 2,770mAh battery and for imaging purpose it will sport 12MP rear camera and 8MP front facing camera. Other details include rear-mounted fingerprint scanner with USB Type-C port and speaker or speakers (unknown if dual) at bottom. On the top will be 3.5mm headphone jack and for connectivity it will support Bluetooth 4.2.

Nexus season is around the corner, so we won't have to wait much longer to see what Google has under wraps. Also, do let us know your views about Sailfish.

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