The Google Nexus 5 which is being manufactured by LG, has been making headlines for quite some time and we already have a fair idea regarding the features as well as some of the internal specifications of the phone. But now that its service manual has been leaked online, there’s absolutely no surprises left to be discovered at the device’s launch.
Android Police came across this manual of a handset codenamed LG-D821 at Scribd and found a lot of valuable information about the gadget along with technical details with diagrammatic representations, flow charts, pictures and more. And it goes without saying that all of the features of the Nexus 5 have been mentioned in it and they coincide with the rumors that have surfaced on the web so far.
The front side of the gadget has been fitted with a 4.95-inch IPS TFT touchscreen capable of rendering visuals in 1080p resolution as well as a 1.3MP snapper. An 8MP primary camera complete with an optical image stabilizer can be found on the rear panel. Its total onboard memory amounts to 32GB and the company has tossed in 2GB of RAM.
Internal working of the smartphone is taken care of by a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor sprinting at a speed of 2.3GHz and the Google phone will make the most of the upcoming Android KitKat OS. Wireless charging capability, Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi are just some of the many other attributes of the device and a 2300mAh battery has also been integrated into it.
We must say that the Google Nexus 5 by LG does come across as an impressive piece of hardware. As of now, we have no idea about its availability details, but we are guessing its launch is not a distant dream.