Google Nexus 5: Seven Minute Video Leak

Posted: Oct 18 2013, 11:36am CDT | by , in Mobile Phones

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It seems that the drama surrounding Google Nexus 5 has reached a never ending height.

After the manual leak, news is out of a seven minute video showing the full hardware details of the Google’s upcoming smartphone and the video has just confirmed all the speculations regarding the handset.

Leaked on October 09, 2013, the smartphone appears to be a prototype of its earlier versions without anything much new. The 4.95 inch, 1080p IPS display smartphone, however includes the Operating Software Android 4.4 KitKat and not “Key Lime Pie” as mentioned in earlier leaks. The phone also includes double speakers on the bottom, and a great 8MP OIS camera on the rear end.

The video clearly shows the smartphone’s screen unlock system, homescreen and its some other specifications. The Nexus 5 with 2GB RAM, 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 1.3MP front camera, 2300mAh battery, and wireless charging also has NFC connectivity and a top bar, which is no longer black. Besides, the internal phone storage is flexible between 16GB or 32GB. The device also bears sensors like accelerometer, compass, and pressure sensor

According to the leakster who has managed to get his hands on the Nexus 5, he has commented that the smartphone is “OK” and that it gives a feel of the Nexus 7 and is also not comparatively better than the Galaxy Note 3.

It was expected to be out on October 15, 2013, Tuesday, but we still haven't heard any update from LG until now.

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