Aug 15, 2015

The Nexus 5 (2015) is revealed through the factory made

The successor to the Nexus 5 will not happen before October, and yet it seems that its design has been unveiled. Several reports from factory to be published on the canvas we indeed show what it might look like. The rumors about the next generation of smartphones are made more and more lately. Suggesting an output not so long ago. And if the Nexus Huawei seems to have gone to be the best equipped in the range, the Nexus 5 (2015) LG is the most anticipated. Android fans are indeed very likely to wait for the successor of Nexus 5, which was a commercial success upon its release in late 2013. And it is indeed the latter referred to today as the serial leaker @OnLeaks, which is associated with the site uSwitch for the occasion of this leak, has published several photos giving us a glimpse of what it might look like.

These visual, which would be based on plant information provided by manufacturers of accessories, allow us to distinguish a back cover that comes close to the one we had seen it a few weeks ago . We especially find the fingerprint reader located below the photo sensor. For the rest, we also find some of the elements of the likely technical specifications of the device, such as double built-in speaker on the front of the terminal, or C-USB port on the bottom edge. According to sources pertaining us this information, the Nexus 5 (2015) would have the following dimensions: 146.9 x 72.9 x 8 mm. However, the leaker who made the visual seems to have given it a plastic back cover when the last sounds evoked a unibody metal shell.

Otherwise, remember that this Nexus 5 (2015) is expected with a screen of 5.2 inches under which it would hide a Snapdragon SoC 620, and 4 GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM. It also equipped with a Sony IMX278 13 megapixel sensor (with a 6-elements lens f / 1.8, OIS, laser autofocus and dual flash), a 4 megapixel webcam in the front, a battery of 3180 mAh, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi connections, NFC and Bluetooth 4.2. The Nexus 5 (2015) could be formalized in October or at the same period as its predecessors. If that were the case, this would leave us only two months to wait.
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