Nexus 5 specs revealed in a service manual
An official LG service manual has revealed the upcoming Nexus 5 smartphone. The guys from Android Police have found a 281 page document full of schemes, troubleshooting and pinouts, but the most interesting part it their findings is the full list of specs of the Google Nexus 5. Soon after the publication, an LG request has taken down the document, but fortunately we were able to have a look.
The new findings almost match the previously revealed specs presented by AndroidWorld.it which have been circulating on the net for a couple of days. According to the technical manual, the LG made Nexus 5 will boast a 4.95-inch screen with a 1080p resolution (with 442 ppi). The processor will be Snapdragon 800, ticking over at 2.3 GHz, backed by 2GB of RAM. Google Nexus 5 will include 32 GB of internal storage (not 16 GB like it was said earlier). The wireless charging support and the two cameras, 8 MP and 1.3 MP, on the back and front respectively, has also been confirmed. The new smartphone will be powered by a 2300 mAh battery, and equipped with several sensors – accelerometer, gyroscope, manometer, barometer and light sensor, the manual confirms.
The tech manual also includes drawings revealing the complete look of the device. The line drawings show the device from each side and the design matches up with the high-resolution Nexus 5 photo leaked earlier. According to the images and the drawings, Google Nexus 5 will have similar to the LG G2 design and specs. The new smartphone will be stylish, with very thin bezels.
The Nexus 5 is expected to be introduced in mid-October, with a possible launch in the end of the month or sometime in November.
Source: Android Police