Google Nexus Sailfish Release Details: Android N, Snapdragon 820 & More Killer Features

Google Nexus Sailfish Release Details: Android N, Snapdragon 820 & More Killer Features
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Another year means another Google Nexus release, and this time, more details about the product have cropped out. According to reports, Google’s Nexus Sailfish has showed up on AnTuTu and Geekbench, hinting at some killer features.


Google Nexus Sailfish Release Details

Benchmark results are often great ways to spot what people can expect from upcoming devices. This time, the Google Nexus Sailfish showed up on AnTuTu and Geekbench, with more details on what it will offer. The screenshot published through Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo claims that the device may be HTC-made. Furthermore, Geekbench browser linked the device more with the name “google sailfish.”

From the results, people can expect the following features on the next Google Nexus device: same SoC and resolution as previous reports, including 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory. Other features include 8 MP shooter and 13 MP rear camera, as reported by Phone Arena.

The Sailfish was also spotted listed with “Android NMR1” – Android Nougat Manufacturer Release 1, which coincides with previous reports. The Geekbench proves the Sailfish will be powered by quad-core Snapdragon 820, clocked at 1.59 GHz.

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Google Nexus Sailfish vs Samsung

Another report from BGR claims that the next Google Nexus could be just as fast as the Galaxy Note 7. The reason for this involves the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and other specifications rumored to be part of the device. If Google pushes through with this, it could match Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 in terms of specs.

Likewise, it will have a good advantage over the said devices, because it will run on Android 7.0 out of the box. However, as with other tips and leaks, all information should be taken with a grain of salt.

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