Both LG and Huawei-branded Nexus devices have been leaking all over the internet for the past couple of months. We’ve seen a ton of leaked renders, specification info and even some videos showcasing these two devices. That being said, we’ve even seen the alleged real-life image of the upcoming LG Nexus, well, the phone’s back side that is. Anyhow, we have some new info to share with you regarding the LG-branded Nexus, considering a couple of alleged LG Nexus (2015) accessories surfaced online, read on.
If you take a look at the gallery down bellow, you’ll get to see quite a few LG Nexus (2015) accessory images. These accessories actually go hand-in-hand with the design language of this phone, based on recent leaks, of course. You’ll notice that the middle cutout on the back of this case is there to accommodate the rear-facing camera, and the fingerprint scanner located below it. The smaller cutout on the side is for the dual-LED, dual tone flash, and the laser autofocus located next to it. These accessories are listed on OppoMart, a reseller you’re probably already familiar with. The cases are available in Black, Blue, Green, Orange and Red color options, and they’re listed for $8.99, and made out of silicone. These cases are also ”scratch and chip resistant, flexible, and secure”, according to this listing.
What about the specs of the phone itself? Well, we’ve seen a number of leaks online thus far, and the vast majority of them report the same specs. According to what we’ve heard recently, the LG-branded Nexus (2015) will sport a 5.2-inch display, 3 or 4GB of RAM and will be made out of metal, at least partially. The device will also feature two front-facing stereo speakers, and a Type-C USB 3.0 port will be available on the bottom of this handset. The phone will reportedly measure 146.9 x 72.9 x 9.8mm, which is a bit tall for a 5.2-inch device, but keep in mind that the front-facing speakers definitely influence the height of this handset. Some rumors have been saying that the device will be powered by the Snapdragon 820 SoC, but that’ll hardly happen considering that the LG Nexus will launch before the end of the year (probably September or October), and the Snapdragon 820 won’t be available until Q1 2016.