For some time now, Google’s upcoming Nexus 5 phone has been considered as one of the top Android phones for 2013, and for good measure.
It would be the first phone to launch with Android 4.4 a.k.a.
KitKat, and with LG’s prowess in phone manufacturing, the combination of quality hardware and software will surely result in a top-notch phone. Now, another leaked claims to have most of the specifications of the upcoming phone that will run on pure Android OS.
Myce and AndroidWorld worked on a a log from the Nexus 5 which shows a list of features. According to the leak, the upcoming Nexus 5 is confirmed to have a 5″ screen (4.97 to be exact) with 1080p resolution and 442ppi pixel density, a Snapdragon 800 chipset and 2GB of RAM. In addition, the Google phone will also feature an 8MP primary shooter (which is kind of disappointing since most flagships nowadays have at least 13MP), a 1.2MP front-facing camera, Wi-Fi support, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and GPS connectivity.
It would also probably come in several storage variations (16/32/64). While the logs didn’t show details about battery life, FCC documents leaked a couple of weeks back showed that the Nexus 5 would have wireless charging, 2,300mAh of battery, an accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, and even a barometer. Here the leaked images of the logs: