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Google Nexus 5, Huawei Nexus Possible Specs Leaked

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One of the most anticipated smartphones of 2015 is the annual Nexus device from Google and its partners. This year, a refreshed Nexus 5 made by LG as well as a new Nexus device from Huawei are still expected to release. Today, the specs of both devices have been leaked online.

Nexus 5According to the leak, the new Nexus 5 will feature a 5.2-inch full HD 1080p P-OLED display, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 (MSM8976) processor, up to 4GB of LPDDR3-1866 RAM, up to 64GB of eMMC 5.1 internal storage, a 3180mAh non-removable battery, a MediaTek MT3188 wireless charging receiver, and a Marvell Avastar 88W8897 connectivity chipset for 802.11ac Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.2.

The leak also reveals that the new Nexus 5 will be equipped with front stereo speakers, a rear power button with integrated fingerprint sensor, a 13-megapixel rear camera with an IMX278 RGBW sensor, a 6-element f/1.8 aperture lens, OIS, laser autofocus, and a dual-tone LED flash, a 4-megapixel front-facing camera with an OV4682 RGB-IR sensor and Iris Detection, a USB Type-C connector with QuickCharge 2.0.

Lastly, the leak reveals that the upcoming Nexus 5 from Google and LG will feature an aluminum frame with chamfered edges and a matte plastic back cover. It will be priced at around USD300-400.

Additionally, the Huawei Nexus device is said to feature 5.7-inch WQHD AMOLED display, a metal unibody design, a 21-megapixel IMX230 sensor rear camera, and Rezence/WiPower wireless charging.

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  • bill

    what’s your source, you shady fuckers?

  • Lisa Naarseth Myklebust

    Snapdragon 620? Fuck you, Google. Fuck you.

    • fELLAbUSTA

      it’s a 3-400 dollar phone, not a premium phablet

      • Lisa Naarseth Myklebust

        So was the Nexus 5 back in 2013. And back then a lot of its features, likte 1080p display, was actually considered quite high-end. The fact that they can’t put in a SD820 in this year’s Nexus 5 is totalt BS, if you ask me.

        • David Guilbaud

          Why? The 820 was never expected to be in comsumer hands until end of Q1 of 2016. People believed a bunch of rumors and got hyped for no reason. The 620 is more than capable, so im not sure why you are so disappointed.

          • Simone

            indeed I don’t understand what this ppl use the phone for, the SD 620 is a very nice SoC, and it has all the needed features and power

          • Rimbroll

            SD 600s do not have support for WiPower or SenseID, Google will most likely use the 808 in order to take full advantage of Qualcomm’s latest features.

        • It’s BS that they can’t travel in time?

      • Simone

        what the hell, the SD, on paper, is a perfectly good SoC

    • Matthew DiGiacomo

      Would you rather them use the POS SD810?

      • Lisa Naarseth Myklebust

        Of course not. But by the time Nexus 5 and 6 are out, SD820 will already be avaliable, and be in a couple of phones.

        • Matthew DiGiacomo

          No it won’t. The SD820 won’t be in any phone this year.

          • Lisa Naarseth Myklebust

            Then what’s the Nexus 6 gonna use? It sure as well can’t run 1440p on the SD810.

          • Matthew DiGiacomo

            The Huawei Nexus MIGHT use the SD820, but it’s going to be released in Q4, probably like November/December. The Nexus 5 is coming in September.

          • Guest

            Why would it come in September?

          • Matthew DiGiacomo

            Google said M is coming in Q3. Google always releases a major Android update with a device. And Q3 ends in September.

          • SirStephenH

            There has never been a Q3 Nexus device release. Google announces Nexus devices with a new Android release but puts them on sale later. My money’s on a November release.

            Nexus One = January 2010
            Nexus S = December 2010
            Galaxy Nexus = November 2011
            Nexus 4 = November 2012
            Nexus 5 (2013) = October 2013
            Nexus 6 (2014) = November 2014

          • Midas Gordon-Farleigh

            The Nexus 7 (2012) was a July release. This brought Jelly Bean – for the first time (a 0.1 increase, just like M could be – potentially 5.2). I know you’re only listing phones, but just pointing out that they HAVE actually broken the mould with regards to OS and Nexus releases.

    • Guest

      Evleaks said the Huawei one will come with 5.7″ QHD w/ metal body, SD820 SoC, fingerprint reader.

      • Lisa Naarseth Myklebust

        All the while the ppl below claim that no device will ship with SD820 this year.

        • Guest

          Well these are all just speculations. I don’t remember Qualcomm confirming that there won’t be any device with SD820 this year. They said they will be testing the SoC in the second half of ’15. Who knows how long the testing takes. The new Nexus will most probably ship in Q4, so I still have some hope.

      • Ben Columbus

        Evleaks is a fuck

    • i like butts

      If you didnt know yet, the snapdragon 620 is faster than the 810

      • Chazz Matthews

        We don’t want either Snapdragon 620 or 810. We want 820.

      • krzh

        Faster CPU, slower GPU.

  • mr three

    Just so everyone knows the 620 outperforms the 810

  • WTF

    Completely fake and self made story. I am a good researcher and in last 3 hrs searched almost all the regional sites. No one has this post other than GC. And they are saying LEAKED ONLINE…. WTF

  • toioioio

    is there chance for a dual sim option?
    that would make the phone interesting.

    • IT_Dude

      Apple and Samsung (among others) are working on specifications for digital SIM cards.
      If Google adds this to the core Android feature list, having dual SIM will become painless!

  • MSM8976 is not Qualcomm Snapdragon 620

    LPDDR3-1866 is not supported by Snapdragon 620

    Bluetooth 4.2 is not supported by Snapdragon 620

    OV4682 RGB-IR is almost used in large devices, tablets, notebooks etc.

    MediaTek MT3188 (wireless charging receiver) and QuickCharge 2.0 from Qualcomm? Are you kidding me?

    Marvell Avastar 88W8897 is not for smartphones

    • Stevens Joseph

      Thank you!!!!

    • r4yN

      1) Yes, the MSM8976 is the SD620, the MSM8956 is the SD618 and the MSM8952 is either an updated version of the SD615 or the newly announced SD616 (you’re probably refering to the leaked SD620 benchmark scores which showed the MSM8952 model, but they’re false… look for other MSM8952 scores within the same benchmark and you’ll find much lower SD615-scores)

      2) LPDDR3-1866 probably means dual-channel LPDDR3-933MHz (which is supported by the SD620)

      3) Bluetooth (4.2) is handled by the Marvell Connectivity SoC, not the integrated Qualcomm chip… which is quite common, most snapdragon flagships disable the integrated snapdragon connectivity chip and instead rely on external (usually broadcom) bluetooth + wifi chips

      4) the OV4682 RGB-IR is very similar to the OV4688, which is the 4MP Ultrapixel Front-Facing camera used in the HTC One M9 and the Xiaomi Mi Note (Pro)

      5) “[MT3188] Operates stand alone or with Mediatek MT6595, MT6732 or other systems on a chip”
      Plus they already demonstrated a case-solution for existing devices such as an iphone, so it’s not limited to Mediatek chipsets… oh and fun fact: Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 is not limited to Qualcomm SoCs either, both the Exynos-powered Galaxy S6 and the Intel-powered Asus Zenfone 2 support it 😉

      6) “Sample applications include:
      • WLAN, Bluetooth, and NFC enabled super phones and tablets”
      Furthermore if it supports BlueTooth 4.2, it has to be the third revision of the Wireless SoC… so maybe they made the third revision smaller than the previous ones?

      I’m not saying this is the real deal, I’ll definitely remain sceptical… but your points are invalid 😛

  • ronnieron812

    Lies! Lies! Lies! Bullshit story…nothing but click-bait mates!

  • Chazz Matthews

    GOOD: At least they are heading in the right direction with the battery. Previous rumor of 2700 mAh was ridiculous. Even the 2013 5.2″, 1080p LG G2 had a 3000 mAh battery… Logic dictates it has to be equal or bigger than that.

    BAD: This phone better have high end SoC, like Snapdragon 820 AND 1440p. The problem with the Nexus 6 wasn’t the price, it was the SIZE. Give us a 5.2″ – 5.3″ phone with top tier specs in Nexus format and they will sell like hotcakes.

    I bought TWO 64GB Moto XT1225 phones — the 5.2″ version of the Moto Nexus 6. I paid the same price I would have for TWO 64GB Nexus 6 — but I got a BETTER size.

    *5.2″, 1440p
    *3GB RAM
    *64GB storage
    *Turbo charging
    * Qi wireless charging
    * 3900 mAh battery
    * LTE bands 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 17

    Unlocked, rooted, TWRP, CM12.1 installed — running both of them on AT&T.

    Note the 3900 mAh battery. Yeah, the “unofficial” smaller version of the Nexus 6 has a BIGGER battery than the official version. 🙂

    • Me

      No one cares

  • phineasjw

    The real part that doesn’t make sense is that the case leaks show that the power button is on the side. So, how is it also on the back???

  • SnakePlisskenNY

    Load of horseshit.