Exclusive: The LG Nexus 5 in a 360-Degree 3D View
Often times on product pages on Sprint’s website, they’ll have a 360-degree angle of the device, so you can see the entire thing. Well actually it’s like that on most retailers websites nowadays. Following yesterday’s exclusive with a bunch of photos of the Nexus 5 found on Sprint’s website, we now have the full 360-degree angle of the device from a Tipster who got these off Sprint’s website. It’s actually an animated gif, which you can see above. It shows us the “white” Nexus 5 and all sides of it. It actually looks a bit like a Oreo in my opinion.
The white Nexus 5 definitely looks nice and it might actually be my first choice, which is surprising since I only like black or dark-colored phones. The Nexus 5 is due to be announced any day now, and it looks like it’ll be hitting T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint. There doesn’t look to be any type of chance for it hitting Verizon anytime soon. It’s expected to have a 4.95-inch 1080p display, with a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM 16GB of internal storage and a 2300mAh battery. Not bad for a phone that’s going to cost $350 unlocked. Which is about half the price of the Galaxy S4, LG G2, Galaxy Note 3, HTC One and many other flagships out there now. Not to mention that it will also get updates straight from Google.
At this point, every part of the Nexus 5 has been leaked. So what’s stopping Google from just announcing it already? Who knows. But I really hope they announce it soon as I’m getting bored with these leaks and just want to hold the Nexus 5 in my hand already. It’s great to see Sprint getting another Nexus device. They have had the Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus in the past, but did not get the Nexus 4 last year, which I believe was due to Verizon messing up the Galaxy Nexus so bad. Sprint has really been a big Google supporter over the years. They are the only carrier to really “support” Google Voice, and the only one that has Google Wallet on their devices out-of-the-box.
Thanks to tipsters, Chad and Nick!
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