A new 3D render video of the upcoming HTC Nexus Marlin and Sailfish has been posted online. The video provides a close-up look of what the smartphones may look like based on leaked images and reports.
Apple and Google are putting the final touches on their next-generation mobile operating systems, which will both be released in the fall. iOS 10 is currently available to developers and the public in beta form, and we recently reported instructions on how you can install it on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Google is also allowing developers and users to test its next version of Android, which has been officially named Android 7.0 Nougat. Owners of certain Nexus smartphones and tablets can take the new OS for a test-drive ahead of its rumored September release.
The first devices to ship with iOS 10 out of the box will be the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus/Pro, while the first Android 7.0 Nougat-based devices will be two Nexus smartphones designed by HTC. Details regarding all four smartphones have been leaking for months, and now, a new video gives us a closer look at what Google's next flagship handsets might look like.
Techconfigurations has created a new 3D render video of the HTC Nexus Marlin and Sailfish, based on previously reported images and details. The smartphones are believed to feature the same design, which is why only one device is shown in the video. The Sailfish will reportedly feature a 5-inch display, while the Marlin is said to pack in a 5.5-inch screen.
The video shows an ultra-thin smartphone with a black aluminum rounded case that shares a similar design language to that of HTC's current flagship HTC 10. The power button and volume rocker are located on the right side of the device, while dual HTC BoomSound speakers are positioned near the USB Type-C port on the bottom of the handset.
The rear of the HTC Nexus shows the smartphone's fingerprint scanner as well as its reported 12-megapixel camera with LED flash. The handsets will also reportedly have a slight curve on the rear case to make holding them more comfortable.
Check out the clip below to see what Google and HTC might have in store for us when the Nexus Sailfish and Marlin are officially announced in the fall. Do you like the rumored design shown off in the video? Please let us and our readers know in the comments below.