Alleged red version of Nexus 5 revealed in a new leak

Nexus 5 in red unveiled in a new leak with photos

Nexus 5 in red presented in a new leak via Twitter

Few days ago rumors for alleged new color versions of Google Nexus 5 drew attention of users. The leak with photos presented the Nexus 5 posing for the camera in a red shell. The source of the information comes from Vietnam. The tipsters reveal the possible release of the new color versions – red and yellow in February in Vietnam.

The appearance of the depicted device was not convincing for many of us to believe that the leak is 100% truth. Now a new photo has surfaced on the web showing retail boxes of the alleged new color version of the handset. The message on the boxes reads “RED” Nexus (16GB). The picture reveals that they are made in Korea. The new leak is definitely more believable than the previous rumor. However you should keep in mind that Google has not confirmed the existence of the new version. The available variants of the Nexus 5 made by LG are the classic white and black. We are eager to know when and where the new red model will be distributed if the speculations turn out to be true.

The high-end smartphone sports a 5-inches screen full HD with 1080p resolution. Under the hood of the phone is ticking a quad-core 2.26GHz CPU with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip. It works with 2GB RAM. The phone runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. In fact it was one of the first smartphones with the newest Android update pre-installed on it. The main camera of Nexus 5 is with 8MP on the rare side and there is 1.3MP front camera for video calls. The battery of Nexus 5 is 2300mAh. It supports 4G LTE connectivity and boasts all the modern capabilities that modern mobile users need. The model was official released in the end of 2013. It is currently available in Google Play Store and in the main carriers in the US and overseas.

Source: Twitter

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