As we approach the release of the 2015 Nexus phone (or phones) there has been an even greater number of leaks and images than in previous years. Android Pit recently shared a quite clear picture of the phone, which editor Kris Carlon says are not renders, but simply cleaned up to protect their source. And following the initial leak, they’ve followed up with a side view of the phone.
Much like other highly anticipated devices, there probably won’t be much surprise left when the final announcement, which is being rumoured for September 29th in San Francisco, does in fact drop. The latest image of the Nexus 5 2015 has confirmed the look of the back panel and side of the LG Nexus 5 for 2015 with the often maligned camera ‘bump’ and fingerprint reader in the middle of the rear panel.
The side shot that’s been shared today, shows that Google has moved the Nexus power button and volume rocker onto the same side similar to the design layout from the Nexus 6. The phone does appear thinner when compared to the Nexus 5, but we hope that won’t affect the size of the battery which is said to be around the 2,700mAh mark.
Further specs rumoured from the phone include a Snapdragon 808 processor, 5.2″ QHD display, 3GB of RAM and storage options of 16GB or 32GB (and naturally for Nexus, no microSD card slot). Rumours are also pointing at a high-end camera experience for this years Nexus (for the LG and the Huawei Nexus phones), with a 12.3MP shooter on the rear and laser auto-focus similar to other LG flagship phones from the current and previous models.
The wait is almost over to officially confirm the details of the upcoming Nexus devices, so stay tuned as we stay on top of the latest Nexus news.
From what we see here, do you like the growing picture of the Nexus 5 2015?