Google is now building two new Nexus Smartphones named as Nexus Marlin and Nexus Sailfish and probably we can expect them to hit the market by this coming fall. While speculations already started doing rounds about these devices, a leaked photo of Nexus Sailfish came to provide some more details on its feature, spec, and design.

A photo of Sailfish was leaked on Saturday that just revealed the upper half of the rear side of the device. It is a photo of a person using the device and according to his description, this device is a combination of the Apple iPhone and Nexus 4.

Leaked Photos of Nexus Sailfish confirms metal and glass materials
Leaked Photos of Nexus Sailfish confirms metal and glass materials

They Are 100% Confirmed That The Photos Are of Nexus Sailfish

However, the other leaked photos of Sailfish in Android Police provide a clearer picture of the device. Android Police revealed a photo earlier as well but that was a bit less clear. The photo offers a great view of the device from every angle and according to the site, they are 100% confirmed that the photos are of Nexus Sailfish which is expected to arrive with a 5-inch screen size. As per the photo, Sailfish will be metallic and the top half of the rear side looks glossy. That portion is made of glass rather than plastic that was suggested by early rumors.

Also as per the photos, the G logo of Google is not present on the device’s back. However, it is assumed that as this is a part of the Google’s device, so Google might integrate that once the device enters mass production. Both the devices Marlin and Sailfish will share same internal details and aesthetics but Marlin will carry a bit bigger screen size of 5.5 inches.

The release date is not confirmed by Google, but you can expect it to hit the market by coming October. These devices are designed by HTC, so some influence of HTC will also be seen on the Nexus Marlin and Sailfish.


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