Samsung, LG and Sony Mobile will come out with future Google Nexus smartphones, according to a Japanese blog Android Noodles. The website has cited confidential DoCoMo document as a proof of this too.
These different variations of Nexus devices are expected to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update out of the box. It is to be remembered that every year-end, Google unveils its major vanilla experience device smartphone under the umbrella brand – Nexus.
Sony Mobile has an Xperia NEXUS line-up as with SO-04E, LG will introduce the Optimus NEXUS (L-08E) and Samsung will introduce Galaxy NEXUS II, according to the report.
Yesterday, SamMobiles noted that Samsung will introduce a Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250 iteration smartphone with model number GT-I9260. Now it is obvious that Galaxy NEXUS II is the GT-I9260 smartphone and will have 4.65-inch Super Amoled touchscreen display with 720p HD native resolution and dual-core 1.5 GHz mobile processor.
The notable changes come in the camera and the storage segment. Samsung plans to use an 8 megapixel camera with flash and this time, there will be a micro SD card support.
Obviously, we are wondering whether Motorola and HTC will also be making a Nexus device which seems bit off right now. In any case, Google has big plans to set the updates game right and intends the five major handset makers to offer a Nexus device that will get next two major updates after Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
We take this information with a grain of salt and will continue digging about more details.