LG's Nexus 5, the supposed successor to Nexus 4 has once again caught red handed on camera. Yes, a user named weespeed has posted a picture of supposed Nexus 5 on the Apple-centric MacRumors forum site.
First spotted by Droid Life, it appears that the alleged Nexus 5 has kind of relationship with current generation Nexus 7, in terms of design. The picture (see above), is the latest evidence that proved that Google in association with LG have plans to release another smartphone soon.
According to a user, the Nexus 5 will be smaller than the LG G2. He did mention that the device feels great in hand. The display quality is O.K, nothing spectacular in comparison to Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
He said on the forum, " Got to handle the Nexus 5. It is smaller than the G2. Didn't actually measure it, but holding it in the hand it is smaller. It does feel good holding it. The black back cover feels like my Nexus 7."
He also added, " the screen was ok, didn't wow me like the Note 3. The bezel is very small."
LG Nexus 5 - What Specs to Expect?
The tech world has already seen the alleged leaked images of Nexus 5 many times in the past. The first leak was provided by Google, during the unveiling of Android 4.4 KitKat statue.
As per the ongoing leaked reports, the Nexus 5 is said to sport a 4.96-inch display having resolution of 720p HD display. The phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16/32GB of ROM. It will have an 8-MP rear facing camera and a 1.2MP front facing camera. Other connectivity features are given below: a 2,300mAh Li Ion battery, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, wireless charging, amongst others.
MyCE has spotted a log file of Android Key Lime Pie on the forthcoming Nexus 5. The report gives us clear evidence that Nexus 5 will indeed arrive with stock Android 4.4 KitKat.
If you are waiting to purchase Nexus 5, then you have to wait for few more weeks. Google is rumored to announce all new Nexus 5 on October 14. Take this news as a pinch of salt. No more details are available at this hour.Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.