A report courtesy of BGR has blown our gadgetometers off the scale by revealing seemingly solid details of the big G’s next Nexus phone, which we’ll tentatively call the Nexus 4G. The (hopefully true) jaw dropping specs boast a next-gen 1.2GHz or 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a "monster-sized" 720p resolution screen. 1080p video recording and playback capability, a 4G antenna and a 1MP front-facing camera are also meant to be included. Speaking of cameras, the rear 5MP offering is purportedly said to have an advanced, class-leading image sensor and improved low-light performance.
Please join us on our knees and pray to the gadget gods that this mind-shattering device running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) comes to fruition this year, as the rumours are suggesting. If you’ve been holding off your upgrade for the messiah-phone, this looks like the one to beat.
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