The oft-pictured Google Nexus 5 built by LG has been making the rounds quite a bit over the past several months. It left little to the imagination in terms of appearance, specifications, software version, and even pricing. The only thing that's still ambiguous is the release date.
The latest shots come by way of the NCC device certification authority, where a prototype variant pictured without a Nexus logo was submitted for testing. The non-removable battery was confirmed to have a capacity of 2,300 mAh.
In related news, @evleaks has tweeted that the upcoming Google flagship will also be making its way to the Sprint network in the US.
Coming to Sprint. pic.twitter.com/dzxgIzBPXG— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 29, 2013
Sources claim that the Nexus 5 is set to hit retail (hopefully early) next month. The starting price point will be $349, if this month's accidental Play Store appearance is any indication.
I would suggest that you look into a diff brand. The N4 at 2000mah is just 4hrs browsing, touch sensitivity is bad, camera worse, very hard to find a video out cable thats compatible, sound output is low, no multitasking, low resale value.. I wonder ...
The battery of 2300mAh is a shame. I think the phone will flop solely due to the battery life. For a 5" phone running on 2.3 Ghz quad core CPU power guzzler, 2300 mAh will not last even 8 hours Compare it with Nexus 4, which has a smaller ...
No grey USB cable. Very disappointed. LOL