May 30, 2016 07:26 AM EDT
Google Nexus 2016 Release Date, Specs, Features And Price [RUMORS]
Google's highly-anticipated flagship smartphone, denominated for now as Nexus 2016, will reportedly boast an array of awe-inspiring features including unlimited Google Photo backup.
This clearly indicates that users will be able to access the service without having to compromise with the original high-quality or recorded 4K clips or captured photos.A new report recently surfaced online hinting the new feature is probably exclusive to Google's upcoming Nexus 2016.
Elaborating the APK teardown report doing rounds online, 9to5Google noted that the new version of Google Photo teased an upcoming feature that will facilitate unlimited original quality photo and video backup for Google Nexus devices.
The search engine giant will leave no stone unturned to give a convincing reason for Android users to opt for the flagship devices that its selling, and now with the premium service activate, Google has already made its move in this direction.
Although Google Photo's current build boasts the same unlimited backup feature, the aforementioned application automatically optimizes pictures as well as videos included in its index, and it does this without exceeding the Google account storage limit.
Google will probably take the wraps off the build along with the final cut of Android very soon. It is worth noting that the aboriginal size as well as quality of photos, videos stored will be left intact, Yibada reported.
This move will come in handy for those smartphone camera fanatics who regularly create and accumulate high-resolutions photos or 4K videos on their smartphones.
Up to now, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P both feature the same 12 megapixel main shooter, which could undergo a significant overhaul with the sequel arriving soon. Fans would hope for a 16 megapixel camera coupled with an 8 megapixel selfie-optimized front camera, however there is no confirmation regarding this from the search engine giant.
If rumors proved true, the upcoming version of Nexus will be powered by a Snapdragon 820 paired with up to 4GB of RAM. As far as the design and build are concerned, reports indicate the next Nexus smartphone could mirror the appearance of the Huawei Nexus 6P.
Google remained mum regarding the release date plans for its Nexus 2016 device during the I/O 2016 event. However, reports strongly hint an August unboxing, the same time when Android N will be officially announced.
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