Dream Phone 2015 is Not a Nexus, but It Should Be

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Yes, it’s yet another Jonas Kvale concept and the young designer from USA has imagined this time a real flagship. It looks like a Nexus 2015, feels like one and it’s specced like one, but is it such a device? Let’s see!

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So first things first, it seems to be running Lollipop or maybe Android Marshmallow, it has a fingerprint scanner at the back and dual cameras, too. It may use some Project Tango or Intel Realsense, since it has those cameras and I also spotted an autofocus laser mechanism. Another thing I noticed is that the volume and On/Off buttons are either smaller and more discrete than those of the LG Nexus 2015 and Huawei Nexus, or the device is simply bigger.

The back is a soft touch one and the frame is clearly metal, with narrow screen edges. This “Dream Phone 2015”, as Jonas calls it comes with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB of RAM, a 3100 mAh battery and USB type C port. Very discrete front speakers have been placed very close to the upper and lower edge of the handset, as you can see.

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[via Behance]

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