The LG-made Nexus 5 smartphone, which is powered by Google's undoubtedly reliable software, has become the choice among handsets most Android fans want to own. The problem with the device, which came in a relatively affordable price, was that it was offered only in two color variants- Black and White.
However, now it seems like the latest Nexus 5 smartphone clad in Red casing is all set for a launch in select markets as the alleged images of the device along with the image of the packaging of the smartphone (retail boxes) has hit the web.
The first dubious image leak, which hinted at the existence of the Red Nexus 5 earlier, was not taken seriously by most of the geeks out there. Somehow, the latest leak is undoubtedly a real one and from the way it appears, it doesn't look like its doctored in any ways.
With the latest image leak, the existence of the colored Nexus 5 is now justified, although the device is yet to be officially confirmed by the company. And while there are no words on Red Nexus 5's availability and pricing as of now, you can expect the launch of the device soon.
Just to recap on the specs of the device, it will be similar to the original one. It will come packed with a 4.95-inch FHD display with a whooping pixel density of 445ppi along with a protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
Powering the handset is a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 quad core processor clocked to 2.3 GHz, Adreno 330 GPU tuned to 450MHz and a 2GB RAM. Most interesting part of the device is that it runs on the latest iteration Android 4.4 KitKat.
Moving on to the imaging technology, it features an amazing 8 megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization feature hardly found in 8MP camera. The phone is also loaded with 1.3 megapixel front facing shooter. Connectivity options include Dual-band WiFi, 3G/4G LTE and NFC (Android Beam), Wireless charging and houses a 16GB/32 of internal storage capacity.
The device that measures 69.17x137.84x8.59 mm and weighs 130 grams draws its energy from a 2300mAh battery which will offer up to 17 hours of talktime and Standby time of up to 300 hours.