The rumours about a Nexus Sailfish device is getting closer to reality every day as new leaks start to spring. Today’s leaks is a snapshot of Antutu confirming the specifications of the Nexus 5P Sailfish.
Antutu suggests that the Nexus 5P Sailfish will feature a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Although the screen resolution may appear low by today’s standards for a flagship, in actuality 441 poi is still plentifully enough for a geat experience. The core of the device will be powered by a top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 coupled with 4GB of RAM.
The device is stated to run Android 7.0 Nougat, in spite of being codenamed as Sailfish (we are not even sure, if that’s okay). There will be 32GB of onboard storage out of which 24 GB will available to the user.
The rear camera on the Nexus 5p Sailfish is stated to be a 13 MP unit while we doubt that it could be the 12 MP unit used in the current Nexus devices. The rear camera will be capable of 4k video recording at 30fps, courtesy if the Snapdragon 820. The front camera is stated to be 8MP with a maximum resolution of QHD for video recording.
The bigger Nexus with a 5.5. inch display will most likely be called as Markin. So far, the code names are just speculations and we advise you to take them with a generous quantity of NaOH.