LG’s next flagship phone is the Nexus 5 and it will launch on September 29. If you’re reading this now, then you’re interested on what Google has to offer for their next smartphone contender. For those of you who doesn’t know, Google is working with smartphone manufacturers LG and Huawei to create different lines of Nexus handsets that will be release later this year.
It is rumored that Huawei’s first Nexus mobile device will the the successor of the Nexus 6 phablet. LG, on the other hand, is diligently working on their Nexus device.
An Early Look at LG’s Google Nexus 5
The release date of the Nexus 5 is still being placed under wraps but it may be announced during the next event in San Francisco on the 29th of September. Google will reveal is rumored to reveal a bunch of new tech at said event in which they will also reveal the final details lurking behind the next Android operating system, the Android 6 Marshmallow. One of the main questions on everyone’s mind is when would the new Google Nexus 5 be released? Looking at past releases of old Nexus devices, we may be seeing the new mobile gadget at late October or in the early dates of November of this year. While the Nexus line is known to be one of the cheapest smartphones to be produced with the aid of Google, it usually comes jam-packed with amazing specs and features at its price range. For instance, rumors have reported that this new Nexus device will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 chipset which will also have a whopping 4GB of RAM. Also, reports state that it will have a very decent 3,180mAh battery for longer usage, but sadly it won’t be removable.
However, the aforementioned rumors and reports have contradictions with further leaks. There are separate reports that claim the device to have a newer Snapdragon 808 chip but it will only have 3GB of RAM. Furthermore, the battery will only have a decent 2,700 mAh of juice but will still be non-removable. There are supposed leaks of what the Nexus 5 will look like. Leaked pictures have claimed the device to sport a white handset, but there is also a leaked document that shows a black model for the smartphone. It is still unclear whether the white model is just a prototype and the black one is the final product, or is it the other way around. Nonetheless, we can only wait for the upcoming event for LG and Google to spill the beans on their next smartphone.