We’ve seen a lot of pictures and videos of the Nexus 5 and that’s why this one has some merit: it looks like the others. It was originally on a forum and picked up by Droid-Life but since has been deleted.

This weekend  MyCE/Android World leaked out some specs of the upcoming device.

  • Display:  5-inch Full HD display, 442 ppi (potentially 4.97-inch)
  • Processor:  2.3GHz Qualcomm Snadragon 800
  • RAM:  2GB
  • Internal Storage:  16GB (could be another model too, this is what was in the log)
  • Camera (rear):  8MP (no idea if it has OIS like the LG G2 camera)
  • Camera (front):  1.2MP
  • Sensors:  accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity, light, barometer, orientation
  • Battery:  2300mAh (via FCC) and wireless charging
  • Other:  LTE, NFC
  • Model:  LG-D820

Also the FCC has picked it up as well as some benchmarks. All we are missing is a launch date and price. 

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5 Responses to “Another image of the Nexus 5 shows up, still looks the same”

  1. If this costs $300 or less, it will be a killer Nexus phone.

  2. Tom Hume says:

    seriously, 8MP camera? Not good enough. Not in today’s market.

    • And how did you come up with that? Oh, that’s right, you want to see big numbers, because that will make it better. Well, you’re wrong, and take from me, a photographer, when I tell you that you have no clue, and you shouldn’t discuss this topic from here on out

    • Nexus phones have forever had cut rate cameras. The only Nexus that really had a comparable camera during its time on the market was the HTC Nexus One. The Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, and Nexus 4 all were surrounded by phones with better cameras. Having said that, there have been and will continue to be Nexus apologists that get down right angry when you say that the camera could be better equipped… like the guy below.