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LG Nexus 2015 said to be a camera centric device with dual rear camera [Report]
Unlike previous years, where we are used to seeing a single Nexus smartphone from Google, we would be receiving two. One made by Huawei and the other by LG.
Initially there were a lot of speculations regarding the fact that the LG Nexus device (2015) would be based on the LG G4 platform. But a new leaked image by @Onleaks hints at something else. Going by the image leaked by a cover manufacturer it shows that the Nexus device will feature a dual rear camera setup. The image is in fact a leaked drawing by the manufacturer which is supposed to be used for making a cover of the device.
There are two large camera holes in the drawing with a rectangular box on the left. I believe that box is for a flash. But the hole is too big for a flash it seems. This keeps me guessing on how big a flash LG is planning to use. I feel that we are in for a camera centric Nexus this time round for LG.
It seems rather obvious considering the fact that the Huawei Nexus would be a power packed device housing a Snapdragon 820 SoC inside. This is in leaks stage though as of now.
The LG on the other hand I believe will pack a Snapdragon 808 SoC inside, and this will help to keep the cost of the device down, without skimping too much on the performance - after all it's hinted to be a camera centric device.
Seeing the dual rear camera, I believe that we may even have a 3D camera in the making! The concept of a 3D camera smartphone is in the airs for quite a while, without any real devices cropping up. This concept emerged post the inception of the revolutionary Project Tango by Google.
Nevertheless in case you don't want to wait for the Nexus device and want to lay your hands on a dual rear camera device, then you have two devices on your platter. You may either go for the Xolo Black at a budget or decide to spend a premium on the Honor 6 Plus.