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Hello Nexus 3, what could it be?


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We have been hearing rumors that this year more Nexus devices would be made by multiple manufacturers.
We all thought this year Samsung would not make a Nexus phone, well we thought Samsung wouldn’t make any Nexus device at all this year. What would be crazy because Samsung and Google are good “friends”.
Then suddenly there was the 1st Picasa photo of the Nexus 10, and now something  different appears on Picasa, a pictures from the nexus 3.
Could it be true that Google because Android is five years, at least 5 phones were going to be introduced. There were rumours about such kind of event.
With the Nexus 4 from LG and now the Nexus 3 from Samsung you wonder what the Nexus 1 and 2 could be.
We could have known it today, only the hurricane made the Google event move.

Below the pictures shot with the Nexus 3 shot at 3 Megapixels:

    

We know you picasa easy for can be fooled but the photos are taken by a Google employee, what makes this all a bit more credible.

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7 comments on “Hello Nexus 3, what could it be?

  1. Bolindro 2 years ago said:

    Nexus 3 hmm

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  2. bala_gamer 2 years ago said:

    wow, a new twist

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  3. John Doe 666 2 years ago said:

    “a bit more credible” haaahaahaa

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  4. drraptor 2 years ago said:

    Confirmed from the man himself, he says the EXIF was modified.

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  5. bestofel 2 years ago said:

    1. Nexus 10
    2. Nexus 7
    3. Nexus 5
    4. Nexus 4
    5. Nexus 3

    No need Nexus 1 & 2.

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  6. archon810 2 years ago said:

    “Just to be clear, the EXIF data here is modified. Sorry for the confusion :)”

    There’s nothing to see here.

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