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The features that Google's next flagship SHOULD have.
Google looks set to release its next Nexus smartphone this autumn, and what a device it looks to be. Most likely coming packed with brand new Android 4.5 features, an upgraded camera and perhaps even biometric sensors, here are our thoughts on what the Nexus 6 has in store for us.
Keeping up with other releases this year, (HTC One M8, Galaxy S5), Google's Nexus 6 should definitely feature a front fingerprint sensor or perhaps even a rear one. Retina scanner? Compatibility with Google Glass? They could also be in the works.
Based on the LG G3
An insider hinted to Android Geeks that Google will work with LG on the Nexus 5 successor, and that the Nexus 6 will be based on the LG G3.
3GB of RAM
Hopefully a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor and at least 3GB of RAM is expected on the Nexus 6. Of course, we'd love to see 4GB of RAM, but that's completely unnecessary without said 64-bit processor. Apple is the only company to roll out a 64-bit CPU so far.
Slightly increasing the screen size of the Nexus 5, the Nexus 6 should get a 5.2-inch display, a smidgen bigger than the HTC One M8 and Samsung Galaxy S5.
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