The smartphone world has been abuzz with rumours about Google's new addition to the Nexus lineups. For the uninitiated, the next Nexus will be called 'Nexus X' and manufactured by Motorola.
Nexus fans who have been eagerly waiting to know more about Google plan for the Nexus X in terms of hardware arrangements, here is some exciting information for them. The hardware specifications for Nexus X have revealed in a new leak.
Ahead of its official launch, the handset made a brief appearance at French retailer, fnac.com, reports TKtechnews. However, the particular product page seems to have been removed now.
The listing at the site suggests that Nexus X with model number XT1100 will come in two storage variants: 32GB and 64GB.
The listing further reveals that the new Nexus will sport a 5.2in screen. Motorola will use Qualcomm's APQ8084, Snapdragon 805, featuring a quad-core processor, with each cores running at clock speeds upto 2.7GHz. It will also feature a 13.1 megapixel rear snapper.
The post also confirms what Google has never made public until now. The Android Lemon Meringue Pie (Android LMP) with software version Android 5.0 has been listed as the operating system for Nexus X.
Coming back to the pricing, both variants of Nexus X cost slightly more than the current Nexus 5, but it is about 30-40% less when compared to the market rivals, adds PhoneArena. The 32GB model is priced at €419.99 (£334) whereas the 64GB at €449.99 (£358). The Nexus X is likely to be released sometime in October-November.