Wednesday , May 16 2018

Nexus 5 confirmed to have 2300mAh battery


Thanks to photos snapped of the upcoming Nexus 5’s battery, it looks to be confirmed that it will have a capacity of 2300mAh. It has previously been rumoured around the internets that the 16GB model — expected to cost $400 — will have the 2300mAh battery whilst the 32GB variant — expected to cost $450-$500 — was said to feature a 3000mAh. Since there have been no leaks or solid sources of that information, it’s looking less likely by the day.

The Nexus 5 is rumoured to be announced by Google on October 31st with a global launch in the week after. Expect waiting times of up to two or three weeks if you don’t get in fast, though.


Source: Fanatic Fone.

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Did anyone expect otherwise? Different battery models would mean either different N5 chassis SKUs… or a universal shell with the lower spec model having an air pocket or something on account of the physically smaller battery.

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apparently ausdroid did…

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This is the first time Ausdroid has mentioned it in an article actually. I would know as I’ve discussed this possible rumour and battery life concerns with various Ausdroid members.

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