During the Google I/O 2011 event these days, the Android boss Andy Rubin detailed the Nexus 3 super smartphone, that’s supposed to reach the market towards the year end. Last we heard, this device was supposed to be made by LG and now we have confirmation that it will run Android Ice Cream Sandwich.


December is when we might be seeing the new phone, packing the Nvidia Tegra 3 Kal-El CPU, if everything goes right. This CPU is five times faster than the Tegra 2 and supports 3D stereo video, huge resolutions, 1080p video capture and more. Let’s see what form factor LG will adopt, although we have a feeling that this Nexus will also lack a physical keyboard…

Now, we can even dream of the Tegra Stark CPU, coming in 2014 with 100 times the strength of Tegra 2.

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