According to recent rumors, Google will be launching the Galaxy Nexus successor this month. The search engine giant released the predecessor of the phone last year and it ran on Android 4.0, the latest version of Android then, namely the Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Galaxy Nexus phone was launched by the company in the month of October last year and now rumors suggest that Google will launch the phone’s successor this month, bringing forward the Galaxy Nexus 2. Additionally, rumors also suggest that Google will launch Android 4.2 this month as well, which of course will debut following the arrival of Galaxy Nexus 2 in the market.
There is still no confirmation about the Galaxy Nexus 2 smartphone. There are no details regarding what the phone will be officially called and no other additional information has been revealed so far either. However, according to sources, the phone has leaked on different sites and we should expect Google to officially announce it this month.
In other news, it has been reported that a Nexus device might be launched this month. Keeping that in mind, we have different options. When it comes to Nexus phones, it might not necessarily be the Galaxy Nexus 2 but rather the LG Optimus Nexus or the HTC Incredible X, which has also been rumored in the past but who knows what it might be called when it finally makes its way to the market.
Whichever Nexus device is launched, it has been rumored that it will be launched with the latest Android operating system, Android 4.2. Previous rumors suggested that the new Android operating system might be called Key Lime Pie but we think Google will stick to Jelly Bean.
The Android 4.2 operating system will however feature different upgrades over the current operating system such as improved camera, new dialer and few others.