Google 2029’s Smartphone “Nexus Space” Runs On Android M

Nexus Space

Google is definitely in a mood to fool or to give some surprise enjoyment to us all. April is just a week away and the company is in no mood to properly disclose or hint us with something new. Read: properly, there might be some chance that the improper disclosure is right here. In somewhat nerdy attitude with a style in the statement, someone from the company just updated the “Android Developer Console” with a new part called “Reviews From Space.” Do aliens use the gadgets too?

However, the alien thing isn’t it. The space review section contains a single comment with 5 rocket ships from unknown astronaut titled as Alex Scott. The funniest or the intriguing part of the review is that it has directly been filed from space and has travelled through time to reach us from April 1, 2029.

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Cherry on the top, Alex has written the review on an alleged “Nexus Space” Smartphone. The device has been codenamed as “Nexus16”. A look at the details of the handset promises a worthy future from the Google phones. With a screen size of 7.2 inches, the device has a screen resolution of 3000 by 2000 pixels, with a pixel density of 500 dpi. Of course, the 2029 flagship won’t be a joke; the Nexus Space is powered by a 128-bit processor and comes with 128GB of RAM. Such a whooping RAM and massive RAM are enough to subtly fulfill the multi-tasking cravings of all.

The upset to the entire specifications and this uber-amazing device is that it, although in 2029, it still runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Isn’t that surprising? However, our surmise here is that the future Google team has made Marshmallow really worthy of long use.

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This is all we know about the mysterious and captivating Nexus Space. With years and years to wait for, we have no idea on how the device will look like or what features will it cover. It is most probably possible that the start features of the Nexus Space don’t even exist yet. However, this meticulous and entertaining portrayal of the device is enough to attract us all!

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