HTC Nexus Marlin Leaked Online: 5 Rumored Specification You Should Know

    Three months back, the search engine giant Google has tied up with HTC into a partnership for manufacturing Nexus devices for next three years.

    HTC Nexus Marlin Leaked Online: 5 Specification You Should Know

    However, this is not the first time, the Taiwanese handset maker has already manufactured smartphones including Nexus One, and a tablet called as Nexus 9.

    If everything goes right, this partnership can turn fruitful, which will help HTC to grab a fair share in the smartphone market.

    SEE ALSO: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Leaked Online: 5 Important Features You Should Know

    As per the recent news, the specification of HTC's upcoming Nexus device Marlin has surfaced on the Internet. As per the report from Android Police, this device will be the successor of Nexus 6P. Today let's have a look at the rumored specifications of the purported Marlin smartphones.


    In terms of display, the so-called HTC Marlin is expected to sport a 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels.


    However, it is not confirmed yet, this device might come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820/821/823 processor on board.

    Storage and software

    As per the report, the HTC Marlin will come with 4GB RAM, 32GB/128GB inbuilt memory, without any expansion slot. Also, the HTC smartphone will be shipped with Android 7.0 Nougat under the hood.


    If the information circulating around the Internet ends up being valid, this device will sport a 12MP rear camera and 8MP front camera under the hood.


    The HTC Marlon will be juiced with 3450mAh battery under the hood.

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