More user-created concept images of the next Nexus phone leak
Lately, there has been a lot of rumors (we know that last one was a tidbit outlandish…) surrounding what Google is planning to do with their next installment of the Nexus Phone. With the success of the Nexus 7 tablet, the Nexus name is hotter then ever and now there seems to be more rumors a-brew.
According to Betanews, the patent-holding mechanical engineer and BetaNews reader, Dorian Lust, has revealed the prototype for the next Galaxy Nexus smartphone, hinting at how it may look and feel.
Dubbed the Nexus D, the device’s design is incredibly sleek. It boasts everything we already love in our top of the line smart phones and a whole lot more.
First thing you may notice when looking at the Nexus D is the yellow looking sides, these are being called Light Pipes. These light pipes will have a number of jobs, ranging from replacing the standard calling and messaging notification light to lighting up the owner’s face for those FB or G+ self snapshots. Ladies, just imagine a mirror app with the added support of these light pipes and you will never have to wonder if your makeup is smeared again!
The back of the phone is curved and adds to the phones sex appeal. From the looks of the picture, it seems like this curved build would fit nicely in the hand. Also pictured is a featured I have missed since my OG Ego 4g, the kickstand.
This Nexus prototype has a 1.8:1 with its height-to-width ratio and is said to include some other amazing features such as remote laser pointing device for slideshows, and an integrated radar detector to detect and geolocate speed traps in navigation mode.
Of course this may not be anything but a rumor. Whatever the next Nexus phone ends up becoming, one thing is for sure: OMG!Droid will be here reporting everything we know, every step of the way.
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