LG Nexus 2015 to reportedly have a better camera than its Huawei counterpart!

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    It's highly probable that you are aware of the fact that Google will be launching two Nexus devices this year - from Huawei and LG respectively. While Huawei Nexus has been highly popular among tipsters, the LG hasn't been quite so.

    LG Nexus 2015 to reportedly have a better camera than its Huawei

    With very few leaks and rumours the details of the upcoming LG Nexus 2015 were quite sketchy. But that's not the case anymore. The most credible leak about the LG Nexus device was aired by @evleaks where he stated that the upcoming LG device will be more of a camera centric device. The photo attached with the leak showed the design drawing of a cover manufacturer which had two holes in the back for a dual camera setup.

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    Nevertheless the new set of rumours hint that the upcoming LG device will feature a 5.2 inch QHD (2560x1440) display with 565ppi. The leak unearthed by Droidfeed also hint at a Snapdragon 808 SoC under the hood (same as the LG G4) along with 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM. The GPU is Adreno 418.

    LG Nexus 2015 to reportedly have a better camera than its Huawei

    The optics would be managed by a 13MP rear camera using Sony IMX278 sensor. The camera would also be equipped with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). This is little odd, considering the fact that @evleaks had mentioned about a dual camera setup. The recent leak further hinted that the camera on the back of the LG is even better than the 21MP unit found on the Huawei - another strange assertion!

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    Nevertheless we believe that there will be twist in the story pretty soon. Let us know what you feel regarding this new leak?

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