Tuesday , October 23 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Nexus 5 Camera Sample pops up on Google+

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In February this year, Senior Vice President, Engineering for Google commented on upcoming camera quality in Nexus devices, indicating that Google was aware of the lacking quality of cameras on current and previous generation Nexus devices, now this morning we appear to have gotten our first look at what pictures from the reported 8MP camera on the Nexus 5 will look like.

The photo which has since been removed cropped up in an Album in Google+ from user Pavni Diwanji who is listed on LinkedIn as Vice President, Engineering, Google. There were more photos, but they have also been removed to ‘protect the users privacy’.

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The Exif data lists all the info you could really want – 1/121 Exposure, ISO155 and to my eye looks to be a pretty decent camera. Check it out and see what you think.

Will you be happy with this camera on the Nexus 5 if you purchase one?

Source: Pavni Diwanji Google+.
Via: Phandroid.

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i went to her google + page and seen all the pics, most of them are taken from iphone5. Hope she is using this as test phone

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I am wondering how Google will sell Nexus 5 this time?

Same as last year Nexus 4 (Some happy and some not happy) or this year Nexus 7 (all happy and all not happy).

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Images looks great
Can’t wait to upgrade my G-nexus to a
Nexus 5, Hope Australia gets it in a decent time frame

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