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Specifications of upcoming Nexus 5P Sailfish pops up on AnTuTu

 


One of Google’s upcoming Nexus smartphones, Nexus 5P aka Sailfish has surfaced once again, this time at AnTuTu, where the device was benchmarked.

Based on the information from the last time the device surfaced, Sailfish is the smaller of the two upcoming Nexus phones; however, the specifications of the Nexus Sailfish as shown by the AnTuTu benchmark is flagship standard, making one wonder what hardware Google has planned to bring to the smartphone market with the second Nexus device, Marlin.

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That said let’s take a look at the Nexus sailfish specifications outed on AnTuTu. As expected, the device will be running the latest Android OS, Android 7.0 Nougat. Sailfish carries a 5-inch screen with a Full HD (1080p) resolution. Under the devices shell, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage can be found. For pictures and videos, Nexus 5P is equipped with a 13MP camera and an 8MP front camera.

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This is all the information AnTuTu benchmark provides on the upcoming Nexus 5P. This information has not been confirmed by Google, so take as much pinch of salt as you can. Although, as these things go, unconfirmed information on upcoming devices are usually spot on or not so off the mark. Rest assured we will bring you updates, when we get new information on any of the Nexus device’s.

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Ifeanyi Joseph

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4 Comments

  1. it is now quite a trend that every laptop producing company now produces phones. This phone is not bad at all

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