Nexus 5 emerged from LG with the FCC?

Sep

8

2013

Recently, it was the Moto X vorgstellt , news on a new Nexus smartphone from Google this year there were not but. Now it seems that LG will be the next manufacturer to the Android reference smartphone produced. The alleged nexus 5 was seen already in a Google video, an entry with the FCC fits surprisingly well with the Nexus smartphone shown in the video.

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Specifications are also available, this would also be a good next Nexus smartphone. Interesting point is the camera cutout in the device suggests that something larger is used. The device, which is present with the FCC puts a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC 800, also a 5 inch display is installed.

The dimensions of the device are also, 131.9 mm long and 68.2 mm wide it is. The device is also equipped with a new software. “Aosp_hammerhead-userdebugKyeLimePieFACTORYeng.sangjoon84.lee.20130618.015154” to run on the device, which is now called either that LG is building a device whose firmware is newer than the currently available version 4.3 (Jelly Bean), or it is just yet to the next Nexus smartphone is.

Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and wireless charging are also features of the alleged Nexus 5 Anyone hoping for a miracle battery, will probably be disappointed. Except the next version of Android bringing a huge boost in efficiency. 2300 mAh, the battery is not replaceable. That one, however, can bring out a lot with the software that Google and Motorola have shown with the Moto X, which should come loose “on the day”. Although not really comparable, as the Moto X not a Full HD screen has still has a powerful quad-core processor.

Times as needed in the round, which features you would wish you, when it comes to the next Nexus smartphone? Or you can befriend you with FCC specs, if it is tatsächlcih is here around 5 and not another Nexus device from LG?
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