Google Nexus One specs out in the open

December 16, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

nexusoneNexus One has been grabbing headline space right from the moment someone told us all that Google has given a new phone to its employees so that they can test it over the holidays. However, no employee has come forward and given us the specs, as yet. Hackers now managed to let out a list of specs, finally.

An investigation deep into the Google phone’s system files has unearthed a range of hardware specs that are to adorn the interiors of the Nexus One. What have been revealed include a proximity and ambient light sensor, an accelerometer, a magnetic compass, WiFi and a stereo FM speaker.

Besides these, the Nexus One is said to house a noise-cancellation chipset and OpenGL ES 2.0-capable graphics. Talking of the OpenGL ES 2.0, it has been built to support gaming. It is also said that Nexus One will sport an 802.11n chipset From what we gather from the leaks, we believe that an auto-focus camera complete with an LED flash could also be there. A Snapdragon processor is also likely. It has been pointed out that the Snapdragon processor might return speeds close to 1GHz. Interesting, right?

(Via PCWorld)

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