Nexus Sailfish leaks again, confirms some specs and gives insight into others
2016 has been an interesting year for us so far when it comes to the issues of smartphones. We have seen a lot of launches and announcements, gotten what we could refer to as the best of rumours and seen very next gen technologies on smartphones in ways that we never even thought they could be combined.
As the year now winds to an end, it is no doubt that what is left in this year would not be that much again, although we are still yet to see the Nexus that should accompany the rollout of the Nougat 7.0 and these smartphones would be the topic of discussion again today.
As regards leaks, the upcoming Nexus Sailfish has had its own fair share of these and again, just a few weeks before official unveiling, we have another interesting leak for this brand smartphone. With an already rumoured 4GB of RAM, use of the QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipset and a 1080p which can be used by the rear 12MP unit, there has now been a set of new renders that are originating from China which shows us what we should be expecting.
We see the back having a half glass and half metal build and after that, all rumours that it would feature a metal build should be ditched in favour of plastics now. A speaker port shows up below and a headphone jack on top. Every other thing would wow you also.
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