Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) Nexus 8 might not be launched in the upcoming Google I/O conference. Much anticipated Nexus 8 is now expected to show up later, as per the fresh details revealed by Phone Arena, stating that Google will not launch Nexus 8 next week, citing an unknown source. As per the report Google will launch the device at different venue, later this year.
Impressive specs of Google Nexus
A recent report from Android Police claimed that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) Nexus 8 is dubbed as Volantis internally and is taken up for assembling by Taiwan based gadget manufacturer HTC. The image of the alleged Nexus 9 also surfaced on the website, which looks like a high-end gadget with impressive specifications. The leaked images suggest the two-tone finish, white on the back cover and black on the front panel along with a slimmer profile reminding of the iPad Air and iPad Mini.
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Experts believe that switching from Asus to HTC for manufacturing Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) Nexus tablet will position the gadget to a higher level in competition with Apple’s top notch tablets. The expected of Google Nexus flagship appear impressive with expected 8.9-inch, basically aimed at creating an option between 7.9-inch iPad Mini and the 9.7-inch iPad Air. Also, the report reaffirmed the 2K display or 2048 x 1440 screen pixels with pixel density of 281ppi. The latest Google Nexus will be powered with a 64-bit Logan Tegra K1 processor that is made by NVIDIA, which according to the Phone Arena is the best from NVIDIA.
New device from HTC
HTC was previously working on the M8 Prime of which few images as well as specifications also surfaced, but later the project was aborted. The latest report from Phone Arena, also, shares same news, but talks of a new flagship expected to launch, in the recent future. The device is expected to have a 5.2 inch display.
Also, the upcoming device comes in place of One Max. M8 Prime, which is now reportedly shut, reportedly had a display of 5.3 inches and has a 2k display along with 3GB of RAM, the Duo Camera setup and a quad-core Snapdragon 805 chipsets. The latest device in making is expected to be studded with the similar specifications, according to the report.