Nexus X Smartphone is Made from Single Piece of Matte Stainless Steel

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Well, here’s a new smartphone concept to get you through the holidays, the Nexus X model. This device is supposed to be a premium unit, one that’s rendered in 3D by TheTechnoToast user from Deviantart. This high end smartphone render has specs that would make 2016 handsets cry.

Nexus X concept

Nexus X is made from a single piece of matte stainless steel and comes with chamfered edges around. It also comes with a 3.2 GHz octa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 2000 CPU, as well as 6 GB of RAM, that not even my personal has right now. There’s a 6.5 inch 4K display with Super AMOLED panel here, leading me to believe this is a Samsung at heart.

The screen is covered with scratch proof Sapphire Crystal and we’ve got Android 4.5 as the OS with 3 options: Stock Android, a skinned version or rooted with CyanogenMod. There’s a touch sensitive volume slider on the left side of the device, that lights up and vibrates when touched. At the back there’s a monster 30 megapixel 8K camera, that even film makers would like to have on their side.

This Nexus phone concept has all the OSes lined up, with multi boot support: Chrome OS, Windows RT and Ubuntu Touch. There’s even a starting price tag of 400 quid for the 16 GB version. Crazy specs, right? And the design somehow makes me think of a Surface Phone…

[via Deviantart]

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