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A Nexus or Motorola phone with multiple LED flashes? New Google patent says …

A Nexus or Motorola phone with multiple LED flashes? New Google patent says …

A Nexus or Motorola phone with multiple LED flashes? New Google patent says …
News from Unwired View:

Google has just been granted a patent for a mobile device with multiple flashes. Yep, more than one. And the patent is encompassing of a whole number of possible arrangements and use-cases. So the next Nexus phone (or, for that matter, the next Motorola flagship device) might come with quite a bit of innovation in the imaging department.

LED flashes are notoriously worse than Xenon flashes, but with multiple LED flashes being used, it’s conceivable that they will be able to provide enough light to finally reach Xenon-like quality. And without the associated high power consumption and big spacing requirements (especially in terms of thickness) of Xenon flashes, we’d assume.

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Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie Could Be Launched First on Rumored Motorola Handset
News from Tell Me News:

It is a bit surprising if you consider how Motorola has seemingly been left out of the Nexus parade, so to say.  Samsung and LG have teamed up quite a few times with Google to manufacture the latter company’s Nexus devices, which are marketed as “pure Google” phones and tablets that provide an unadulterated Google experience to users.  Motorola, which was acquired by Google in the spring of 2012, has yet to release its own Nexus smartphone or tablet.  No matter – rumors suggest that Motorola’s upcoming flagship for 2013, the rumored X Phone, will be the first device shipping with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

According to a few slightly older reports, the Motorola X Phone will be unveiled together with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie at the 2013 Google I/O conference, which will take place this May in San Francisco.  The X Phone is expected to be released in July as a Verizon Wireless device, with an unlocked price point of $ 299, and an additional $ 15 fee per month for users who woul…………… continues on Tell Me News

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