Newest android phones 2013

Google Nexus 2013 Concept Phone: Tegra 4, Android 4.2, Google Wireless

If Google launched its own wireless services, the first handset to connect to them would be, undoubtedly, a Google Nexus smartphone.

Capable of delivering a pure Google experience, such a device would include not only state-of-the-art hardware inside, but also great looks and appealing features, that’s for sure.

Google may or may not plan the release of such services, but the upcoming availability of a new Nexus smartphone could easily prove reality.

The Google Nexus 2013 concept phone coming from Bob Freking today could also hit shelves sometime next year, although it might not pack all the features and capabilities that this designer imagined it with.

Featuring a 4.8-inch touchscreen display, the phone would offer a 1600 x 900 pixel resolution, for a great viewing experience while on the go.

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The phone would also be capable of delivering increased performance levels, courtesy of a 1.6GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 4 application processor inside.

On the back, the smartphone would sport a 13.1-megapixel photo snapper, capable of recording videos in full HD resolution, complemented by a 3MP camera on the front, for making video calls.

When it comes to software, one would enjoy Android 4.2 Key Lime Pie on this smartphone, with no bloatware from wireless carriers. Only the pure Google experience would be available for all users.

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As for price, things could not be better. Users interested in getting the Google Nexus 2013 would have to pay $299 for it if they want to purchase it unlocked, or merely $49 if they grab it locked on Google Wireless.

Other specs of this concept phone include a 3000 mAh battery, polycarbonate casing and Gorilla Glass coating, and a cool lighting system on the back (which forms the famous Nexus logo) to notify users on messages, calls and the like.

The concept looks pretty appealing, and the idea of having the latest technology advancements packed inside it, along with support for Google’s own wireless services, certainly intrigues. Let us know what you think of it in the comment section below.

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