All equipped with a powerful camera backed with the brand name of Nikon, Google is all set to introduce a smartphone in succession to the LG Nexus 4. Yes we might seen witness the release date of Google Nexus 5 powered by LG. Officials from Google have given hints to the media that the company is now focused on improving the imaging of the Android smartphone that it is planning to release soon.
1080p mobile devices are already taking over the smartphone market. This is why the companies manufacturing smartphones are focusing on making their products relevant to the future. Nokia and HTC are already making strong endeavours in this aspect by introducing camera sensors with Ultrapixel from HTC and PureView technologies from Nokia. This step is aimed at winning the hearts of the camera enthusiasts due to which they are focusing on pixel size and density.
The Ultrapixel technology from HTC was earlier said to use triple imaging sensors which capture the images in different colors in an independent manner and of the same resolution. Then it merges them into a single image that is very good in clarity and is almost interpolation free. On the other hand Google is partnering with Nikon and introducing triple sensor array in its future hardware including the LG Nexus 4.
Recently, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has also been introduced and soon it will be released in the market. But it is for sure that Google has decided to compete directly with Samsung’s flagship phone Galaxy S4 in terms of specification.
Not much information is available about this smartphone except that will not be related to the X-phone from Motorola and at the same time it will have a Snapdragon 600 ticker along with 2GB of RAM. The display is a full high definition measuring 5 inches. The panel type of the display is not yet known and this phone will have either 8 or 16 GB of storage.
The most interesting feature of the Nexus 5 is that it will have a 3140 nAh battery, which is quite good because the displays on smartphones are becoming larger requiring more power. All the great features of a smartphone become useless if the battery lasts for only 4 – 6 hours of screen time.