What happens on the internet, spreads everywhere. We now have the first proper images of the upcoming LG Nexus 5, the successor of the LG Nexus 4, courtesy a mistake on the FCC or LG’s part.
What the leak reveals is the battery capacity, reaffirming the leaks before – 2,300 mAh, down from the 3,000 mAh that the LG G2 possesses. What does LG G2 have to do with this? Apparently, like most of the other Nexus devices before the Nexus 5 (they’re all based on the respective manufacturer’s current flagship, except for the Galaxy Nexus), the Nexus 5 is likely based on the LG G2, which is the Korean manufacturer’s latest flagship.
The specifications could vary from the LG G2, but there could, most possibly, be a quad core processor, an 8 or a 13 MP camera and 2 GB of RAM. The screen is widely expected to be a 5-incher with a 1080p resolution, and LCD, since it’s from LG.
We’ll see the LG Nexus 5 debut with Android 4.4 Kitkat. Fun times ahead!