LG Nexus 5 FCC Filling Pictures Surface Online: Full Handset Revealed Along With Unique Camera And L


    Our friends at PhoneScoop have spotted images on the US Federal Communications Commission website that might just be the next iteration of the Nexus line of phones.

    LG Nexus 5 FCC Filling Pictures Surface Online: Full Handset Revealed

     


    The shots go on to indicate that the next phone will be made by LG. Have a look at the design and you'll agree that it is in line with the handset that was accidentally revealed at the unveiling of the KitKat Stature last week.


    You could expect great imaging


    The images also show the phone with a larger camera than what we've seen on previous editions of Nexus phones, thereby indicating that Google might be trying to give the device some powerful imaging capabilities. Several analysts have pointed out that a great camera is all that is keeping the Nexus range from rivaling the latest iPhones. If this camera is as brilliant as it promises to be, then the tides might just turn in favor Google. Expect a 13MP (or even better) camera at the least.


    Specifications


    Even though details are limited, the FCC documents reveal that the alleged Nexus 5 will have a 4.96 inch display, churning out a 1080p resolution, no surprises there. Li ke the LG G2, the device might use a Snapdragon 800 chipset. It should most definitely ship pre-loaded with Android.


    Availability


    Given that the last two Nexus's were announced in October during 2011( Galaxy Nexus) and 2012 (Nexus 4), we're sure that Google has a nice, sweet announcement coming for us next month. Until then, Gizbot will keep you posted about leaks, images and more. Stay tuned! Go through the sliders below for the images.

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