Google Nexus

Many of us were expecting that, this year, 2015, Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL) will come out with two new Nexus smartphones in the market. In case you are planning to get a new Google Nexus and waiting to know the specifications and features it has, your wait is over. Reportedly, the specification and the price tag for Google Nexus 5 and Huawei Nexus have been leaked online recently.

Google Nexus 5 and Huawei Nexus features

According to the blog post which has been published on the technology website called GizmoChina, here are the key hardware specification and features of LG-made Nexus 5 (2015) model:

  • Design– Plastic back cover with matte finishing and aluminium frame
  • Display– 5.2-inch P-OLED screen with Full HD (1080x1920p) resolution
  • Processor– Snapdragon 620 processor
  • RAM– 4GB
  • Storage Capacity– 64GB eMMC 5.1 built-in storage capacity
  • Camera– 13MP rear camera with IMX278 RGBW sensor, 6-element f/1.8 aperture lens, optical image stabilization, laser autofocus, and dual-tone LED flash technology. Talking about the front camera, it will have 4MP resolution and OV4682 RGB-IR sensor with Iris Detector technology.

Other features that are not listed above include: Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, and Wi-Fi, along with the Mediatek MT3188 charging receiver. LG-made Google Nexus 5 is also said to have frontal stereo speakers, rear-placed power button with fingerprint sensor, and USB Type C connector with QuickCharge support.

Talking about the Google Nexus smartphone that Huawei is planning to bring out in the market, it is said to have 5.7-inch QHD (1440x2560p) screen with the metal unibody design. Taking camera into consideration, it is said to have a 21MP rear camera with IMX230 sensor and Rezence/WiPower wireless charging capability.

According to the report, the expected price of the LG-made Nexus 5 should vary between $300-400 and both the smartphone will be there in the market at around October-November this year. One more thing, both Google Nexus 5 and  Huawei Nexus might be the first one to get Android M, the next version of Google’s free mobile Operating System.