Samsung Galaxy Nexus+ Concept and a New Design for Android 5.0 UI

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After yesterday’s showcasing of the Motorola Nexus RAZR concept, we have another Android 5.0 phone on our hands. This Jelly Bean device has been created by Hasan Kaymak and goes by te name Samsung Galaxy Nexus+. The device features a 4.5 inch Full HD display and a quad core processor.

There’s also an 8 megapixel camera on board, Google Voice+, a feature that’s just like Siri (or even better) and some extra UI functions. For example, the designer imagined an editable Status Bar, Dock (color, style, icons) and also a tweakable Menu style. From what I can see, the design is not totally different from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, since it’s a Plus model afer all, like the Galaxy S II Plus and Galaxy S Plus. This means that it only adds a minor improvement or two.

In this case the improvement is particularly the CPU and mainly the camera, something that people complained about on the original Galaxy Nexus, that only had a 5Mp sensor. Android 5.0 Jelly Bean looks nice and keeps very much of the Android 4.0 design styling, so I can’t really figure out any design additions. The back button looks a bit modified, unless I’m mistaking…

[via Hasan Kaymak]