The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was first launched in December and was also the first smartphone to have Android 4.0 running out of the box. Now a new report claims that Samsung is now working on the successor to the Galaxy Nexus.
The Sammobile.com website claims to have received hardware details on the phone with the code name GT-I9260, which it says will likely be given the "Nexus" name. The device's hardware specs are not much of a step up from the original Galaxy Nexus. It will have a 1.5 Ghz dual core processor, compared to the 1.2 GHz speed of the original.
The display will also get an upgrade. While the size remains the same at 4.65 inches, the next Nexus will reportedly have a Super AMOLED HD display, compared with the Super AMOLED display of the first Galaxy Nexus.
The successor will also have an eight megapixel rear facing camera, compared to the five megapixel camera for the original. The front facing camera for the next Nexus will be 1.9 megapixels. according to the report. It will also have an SD card slot, which the original Galaxy Nexus did not have; the storage amount remains the same at 16 GB.
The report doesn't state when this rumored Galaxy Nexus successor might be released, but if this report is true, it's likely that it could come out before the end of the year.
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