Google Nexus 360 is a Smartphone, That Converts to a Smartwatch (Video)


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Every other day we see a Galaxy Note 4 or iPhone 6 concept, but what about the Nexus renders? Today we get a new one, courtesy of 91mobiles.com. This model looks like someone’s view of a handset before ever seeing a cellphone in their entire life, if you get my point.

Google Nexus 360 concept 1

The Nexus 360 is the smartphone shown here, one that’s able to turn into a smartwatch with ease. The phone comes with a 5 inch Full HD display with a strange 2.40:1 aspect ratio, according to the maker of the device. It also integrates a Snapdragon 801 CPU, a quad core 2.5 GHz chip, 3 GB of RAM and it has 64 GB or 128 GB storage options (non expandable). There’s a 16 megapixel rotating tube camera on board with LED flash and special image stabilization via software.

Google Nexus 360 concept 2

Google Nexus 360 does 4K video recording, supports 4G LTE connectivity and has dual band WiFi, as well as Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC. There’s a biometric fingerprint scanner on board, embedded under the Home button. The smartphone integrates an optical heart rate monitor at the back and it’s a IP67 certified piece of work, meaning it’s waterproof. In order to make its transformation from phone to watch and viceversa easier, this smartphone uses a flexible polymer OLED display and it embeds a Bluetooth headset, that’s pictured in the gallery in this article.

The tube camera is specifically made to make it easy to snap shots from the wrist, from the watch. Interesting, right?

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[via 91mobiles.com]

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