Android 5.0-Based Motorola Nexus RAZR Concept Emerges

Packing a 5-inch screen and a quad-core CPU, it might be the next Google phone

By on February 22nd, 2012 21:41 GMT

One thing that we’re all waiting to see is what the next-generation Motorola devices will look like, especially after Google completes that acquisition of the vendor.

Rumor has it that the next Google phone will arrive on shelves from this smartphone designer, and that it will be jaw-dropping, just as the currently available Nexus devices were.

However, while some of us sit tight and wait for details on this to emerge, there are also those who stepped up and started to imagine what the device would look like.

Shaik Imaduddin is one of them, and his Motorola Nexus RAZR concept phone offers an idea of what the first Android 5.0-powered smartphone might be all about.

Of course, Android 5.0 Jelly Bean is only a rumor too, the same as any plans from Motorola to come up with the next Google phone out there.

However, concepts like this are always great means to stir our imagination and to make us want more of what’s to come.

Motorola Nexus RAZR, provided that the smartphone maker really launches a device with this name, will feature a 7mm thin body, stepping in its predecessor’s shoes.

Moreover, the phone was imagined with a large 5-inch touchscreen display on the front, and with a 16-megapixel photo snapper on the back.

The Android 5.0-based device is powered by Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra 3 application processor, being capable of delivering the increased performance capabilities anyone expects from it.

Only a concept device for the time being, this smartphone might become reality soon. After all, we already have Android phones available on shelves with 5.3-inch screens, and we’re waiting for those packing 16MP cameras to be put up for sale following their official unveiling.

All in all, Motorola Nexus RAZR looks highly appealing, and enthusiasts would certainly lineup in front of stores to purchase it if ever launched.

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