AnonD-279118, 17 Aug 2015No metal frames, doesn't look premium so disappointed!I saw the metal frame version on Huawei.
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2015You can't be serious... Both LG AND Huawei are making Nexus phones. This year we're seeing ... moreSorry. Im not as geeky as you guys are. Haven't open this site for a few months. Spending my summer vacation in Bali, Indonesia this whole time. My bad. I heard of Note5 but not this one.
just like a Lumia device. and its look like a cheap phone to me. nexus 6 by motorola is a well built phone. shame on LG by coming up with this design!!! im disappointed....
Looks like they are stepping back from the premium pricing given the materials. Honestly I'd love to have the features on the Motorola body.
Not being a huge fan of Nexus devices, I'm somehow excited about this device.
cool. I was considering moto x play/style until one of them release in India, but now confused. USB C 3.0 is one of the thing I just can't ignore.
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2015Fugly. Eyes on Huawei now to see what they come up with.It looks better than Huawei Nexus. And much better than current LG design. Flat backcover, flat edges. It's very decent, good. Yet it's expected to be metallic.
nkwama, 17 Aug 2015This time LG brings no power and volume back buttons?On the right side. Yet why the hell on earth they made them on the right side instead of left?
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2015They said it was Huawei and now it is LG. Why keep changing brand? Make up your mind Nexus!You can't be serious...
Both LG AND Huawei are making Nexus phones. This year we're seeing two. Where have you been this whole time?
thejamesarnold, 17 Aug 2015with that look, it should be priced below $150agree
I hope that the price and international aspects make up for the ugly protruding camera..