Leak with specs reveals a bit more about the storage and the battery of Nexus 5
After the recent leak with render photos we got right from Google Play Store, the much anticipated smartphone LG Nexus 5 is revealed with more details. Sources close to Google have shared the information that the upcoming device will be available in two variants, with 16GB and 32GB storage on board. It will not be expandable via microSD, so for those of you that device to get the version with the smaller built-in memory should look up the options for adding more cloud space.
Sources reveal that apart from the 8GB variant of Nexus 4, which is the last year’s flagship of Google, the company is not considering to introduce an 8GB option for the Nexus 5. The new leak with specs about the device includes some information for its battery as well. If rumors turn out to be true, the Nexus 5 will be equipped with a battery with 2300mAh capacity. These newly revealed details diverse from the information in the previous leaks that the phone will work with 3000mAh battery under the hood.
Nexus 5 is expected to arrive with 5-inches display with 1080p resolution. In the heart of the device will be working a quad-core CPU with Snapdragon 800 chipset clocked at 2.3GHz with 2GB RAM. The main camera of the device will be with 8MP on the back. The phone will feature a front shooter as well with 1.3MP. It will provide support for the blazing fast network 4G LTE. Rumors say that the new flagship by Google will run on Android 4.4 KitKat OS. In the previous leak we got the hint that the 16GB variant will cost $349. The sources point the end of October as the most probable time for the announcement of the phone. There are still no further details about the distribution of LG Nexus 5. Google is planning a big event for the end of October but there are speculations that it will not make any big announcements. We are looking forward to it.
Source: tuttoandroid (Italian)