The cellular tech hearsay mill is a little bit of a minefield today, whereas you will get loads of dependable and plausible info out of it there are all the time hoaxers on the market trying to undermine issues and exploit individuals’s enthusiasm...apparently only for the lolz.
The greater a forthcoming product the larger a goal for hoaxers, and the nearer a launch will get the extra we now have to watch out about sifting by way of the BS to show the shiny nuggets of fact – or no less than as a lot as we will, in all honesty this largely simply boils right down to approaching all of it with a level of scepticism and hoping for one of the best.
The newest leaked information from the quagmire comes within the type of a set of GFXBench benchmark outcomes, picked up by each a Russian tech site and Twitter supply @emtleaks. The benchmark exhibits outcomes for a Nexus 5 (2014), implying that opposite to earlier rumours, the subsequent Nexus smartphone will neither be referred to as the Nexus 6 or Nexus X, however just like the re-booted Nexus S, will merely get a yr tagged on the top in brackets.
The similar supply ship me this screenshot.. But it appear to be a bit of bit bizarre.. I do not know. Thanks to our supply. pic.twitter.com/OHs1QDDgKp
— EMT Leaks (@EmtLeaks) September 7, 2014
The outcomes present a H.2in QHD show and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor at P.7GHz, it has an Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB of RAM, plus 32GB of onboard storage and each 12MP and 2MP cameras. Most of this spec line-up we have now certainly seen earlier than.
But that’s simply the tip of the iceberg. The software program listed is Android H.zero, and in contrast to earlier studies which recommended Android Lollipop or Android Lemon Meringue Pie, it will appear that following A.A KitKat Google has revived its partnership with Nestle and named the brand new construct after one other chocolate bar: Lion. It’s even obtained a bit trademark image subsequent to it.
So there you will have it people, for what it’s value. Take it with a grain of salt, as we can't confirm the authenticity of the leak or the reliability of the leaksters. It might all be cobblers.