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HTC Nexus Sailfish leak reveals 1080p display and more feature revealed

HTC Nexus Sailfish
HTC Nexus Sailfish leak reveals 1080p display and more feature revealed
As Google gears up to launch its new device from the nexus range, in the coming month (may be September or October) manufactured by HTC. The specifications of smartphones codenamed Marlin and Sailfish have already leaked. While renders of the 2016 Nexus handsets have leaked before, the actual photo of the device has started hitting the web now.

The reports indicate that HTC’s 2016 flagships will share specifications and differ only based on their display size. The HTC-made Marlin image spotted online by TechDroider confirms the Marlin codename and Android N operating system. The picture posted by TechDroider only shows the screen while the design is yet very much in secrecy.

The photo confirms the handset is Marlin running Android 7.0 Nougat or Android N with latest security patch from Google. The HTC-made Marlin is likely to feature a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset and 4GB RAM. The TechDroider notes the device posted comes with 128GB internal storage. So this could well be a first for Nexus lineup.

While TechDroider claims the HTC Marlin features same 12MP image sensor found on Nexus 6P, earlier rumours indicated that it will be the one found HTC 10. The front camera is said to be an 8-megapixel one. The other rumours indicate that the device will feature metal unibody design and a rear fingerprint sensor with support for Nexus imprint.

HTC Marlin is likely to feature a 3,450mAh battery and a headphone jack. Google could launch HTC-made Nexus smartphone in October which could also be the public launch of Android Nougat.

Phones will feature Fingerprints

Other details include mentions of a fingerprint and thumbprint, strongly pointing to a fingerprint scanner, which we'd fully expect to see since Google will want to make it easy to use with Android Pay.

There doesn't seem to be much else to glean from the file, though we have previously heard a few other things about the new Nexus handsets, such as their likely support for VR through Google Daydream.

But it's becoming more and more clear that the HTC S1 probably won't be a truly flagship device, while the likely 5.5-inch HTC M1/Nexus Marlin will.

Both The devices will be running Android N (Android Nougat), the latest operating System from the Android. 

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