Google Nexus 5 Render Specifications Leaked?!

The mighty Nexus 4 is an awesome Android smartphone at an amazing price, so what can LG and Google do with the Nexus 5?

The Nexus 4 has been so successful since it launched just a few months ago that it has been in a constant sell out state and many fans have just not been able to get their hands on one for love nor money! With that in mind we don’t know it this news is good or bad!

The image above is meant to give us our first look at the LG manufactured Nexus 5 Android smartphone which will of course launch with the all new version of Android, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

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Specifications go on to claim that the Google Nexus 5 will feature a 5.2-inch Super Amoled display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, 3GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.3Ghz CPU! If that’s not enough to prove its flagship Nexus status the Nexus 5 is also equipped with a 16 mega-pixel rear camera and huge 5000mAh battery!

What do you guy’s think? True Nexus 5 details or just a fanboys wet dream?

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  1. geHuC
    April 8, 2013

    Pipe dreams! At least on the battery size. And if it’s SAMOLED most likely it will be PenTile.

    • Stef
      April 8, 2013

      At such a resolution pentile is a good thing. Less things for the GPU to draw, less power for the screen to draw, giving a result which would be all too similar to RGB screens…

      The problem you guys have/had with pentile in low resolutions is entirely understandable, but in high resolutions this very “problem” (lower sub pixel count) turns around to be a blessing… So -yeah- let’s hope it is pen tile.

  2. Amby
    April 8, 2013

    One thing is for sure. The next wont be an LG phone! LG has made a mess of Nexus 4 in terms of availability due to either a terrible demand forecasting, fulfilment or hidden agendas (pushing out their own flagship models ! I reckon the next Nexus will be from Motorola. The rumoured X phone.
    What do you guys think ?


    • anony
      April 8, 2013

      Won’t be Motorola either, Google is clogged by the pipeline of the old Motorola.

    • Marius
      April 8, 2013

      I’m just sure it won’t be from LG. They really made a mess of the otherwise good and very much in demand Nexus 4. I don’t think they’re getting a Google partnership like this anytime soon.
      Samsung won’t get it either as they’ve become too big as it is. It’s probably Motorola or some other lesser known manufacturer.

      • April 11, 2013

        This is definately over rated but it will be an lg device- their long wait isn’t lgs fault its that we over exceeded one persons expectation. Dont blame the whole company. LG will make it that is my personal expectation.

    • April 8, 2013

      From what I’ve heard, the main supply problems were due to Google’s vastly underestimated demand for the device. They ordered WAY too few devices, then couldn’t get more soon enough to meet the 2nd wave of demand.

    • April 8, 2013

      Could be a Sony device? They have embraced open source and are a good OEM for modders.

      Still, I think LG were signed up to create 2 Nexus devices (like Samsung were).

  3. philmc
    April 8, 2013

    quad 2.3 cup! This phone well be faster than my laptop.

    • Peter
      April 8, 2013

      its an arm cpu, not x86, so the clock speed doesn’t come close to lining up

  4. April 8, 2013

    The specs seem to be a bit too good to be true.

    But given the specs they’ve quoted, I’d be inclined to get one.

    I noticed that they haven’t mentioned the radio (i.e. LTE or not, and what bands).

    There was plenty of blame to go around with the Nexus 4 shortages. In fact most of the shortage issues were caused by Google, not LG. So getting the Nexus 5 “contract” might be a way for Google to make things up to LG…

  5. shikhar
    April 8, 2013

    when is it coming to the store? I am in!! 🙂

  6. andrew
    April 28, 2013

    I’m of the opinion Motorola will indeed manufacture the Nexus 5. Google own the company afterall.
    Motorola can still produce the X as a high end device including an alloy or (if only) a carbon composite body and a multitude of cutting edge features.
    The Nexus would be ‘bare bones’ with very fast hardware and the incoming Android ‘Key Lime Pie’. Sold at a midrange price point through Google subsidising its cost once again.
    Should this happen, all the big players will loose significant market share.
    Next gen high end smartphones will be 2Ghz or more and Qualcomm already have the 800 series up and running at 2.3Ghz. Why wouldn’t Motorola use it in both.
    If Nokia reintroduce it’s 41 megapixel pureview camera tech, a 16 mp camera on both the Nexus 5 & the Motorola X will be a must.
    For the moment, I’m very happy with my new Huawei 6.1″ Ascend Mate.

  7. May 6, 2013

    The Google Nexus Phone is a flawless blend of Google and LG. It utilizes the most advanced software and hardware that the Android has to offer. The operation and overall functionality of the Google Nexus Phone is as smooth as a baby’s bottom!