Google Nexus 5 to show off a Nikon triple camera sensor: release date unknown

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    It is being awaited Impatiently by Google fans. Meanwhile Google Nexus 5 will come with a Nikon triple camera sensor. But its release date is still unknown

    Global mobile market has undergone some drastic changes recently. The newest handsets turn out with larger 1080p FullHD displays, high-end processors and advanced rear cameras. All new top-of-the-line phones for the year have stunning rear cameras, and now it is rumored that Google’s next Nexus phone, possibly the Nexus 5 or X-Phone, is to mount a Nikon-branded ‘triple camera sensor’ camera for breathtaking pics and videos.

    The rumor is first broken up by Phone Arena. Referring to some tipster, the blog has assumed that the new Nexus phone is to mount a Nikon camera, which will surely be rocking news if true. “Our tipster claims that the camera module will feature a “triple camera sensor thing” and have Nikon branding,” writes the site. It has also noted claim of the tipster that the “camera is selling point, testing module now is better than everything else.”

    Indeed, this argument makes sense. Nearly all of its possible fighters in market have some specialty when it comes to camera division. It is now one of the biggest selling points of the handsets. We have HTC’s new One flagship with the most innovative 4MP UltraPixel camera that can take video and pics even better than 13MP cameras. Samsung’s new Galaxy S4, Sony’s Xperia Z and most other fresh FullHD handsets have 13MP cameras.

    Nokia Lumia 920 boasts a PureView 8MP camera; a new rumored higher end model for the device – the Lumia 1000 – is to tout a 41MP PureView camera. So like, less-priced high-end phones from small firms such as Oppo, BLU and ZTE also carry superb cameras. So, we don’t need to feel wonder if we are told that the next Nexus phone is to have a further nice Nikon branded camera. It is possible, and is also a necessity for a phone to remain competitive in the crowd of an array of premium phones.

    A while back, Google’s senior vice president of engineering, Vic Gundotra has unofficially confirmed the chance for a better camera on the next Nexus phone. In a causal update, Mr. Gundotra posted on Google+ that fans could expect an innovation in the camera department of the next Nexus phone. He posted that “we are committed to making Nexus phones insanely great cameras. Just wait and see.”

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    Rumors are abuzz on web about the next Nexus phone. There is a new vigor in rumors about the new Nexus phone, because Google is most likely to get it produced by its own hardware unit, Motorola. Google took over the Libertyville mobile firm in 2011 for a record-breaking compensation. Motorola operates as a stand-alone company under Google, though. But, now, the rumor is gaining momentum that there would be a Google and Motorola tie-up for the next Nexus phone.

    Still, it is not confirmed, however. But, adding more fuel to these rumors, Motorola has been without any big product announcement for a while. Then, it is not a mistake to assume that it is a preparatory time for the Moto team to work for Google, and churn out some good products that can even challenge Samsung’s Galaxy S series. There is even a rumor that the projected X-phone won’t just be a single phone, but a series of phones poised against Samsung’s market hit Galaxy S series.

    Whatever it is, the next Nexus phone, whether from Motorola or not, is to tout some common features that you can see with almost all current flagships from other tech makers. It may include a more powerful quad core processor, better camera as discussed above, a 1080p display and a lot more. Above all, it will debut the next Android version, which might be Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, as per rumors. Google used to premier new versions of its mobile OS through new Nexus devices.