By Thomas Wellburn on 13:42, 8 Sep 2015 inGeneralLatestNewsPhones


Another fresh image of the 2015 Google Nexus has leaked, showing the device from a side view.

A new image of the upcoming 2015 Google Nexus 5 has leaked, showing the device from a newer side angle. It reveals a closer look at the two-tone paint scheme and thickness of the device, which is much less than the Nexus of previous generation. The photograph also puts it against an existing Nexus, where you can see the difference in the camera bulge. Below the camera sensor resides the fingerprint sensor which can be seen on previous leaks. The Nexus logo remains in the same place as before, while the power and volume buttons have been moved slightly further down.


The new Nexus 5 is expected to include some powerful yet cost-effective hardware, with an old but capable Snapdragon 808 on board.  There’s also 3GB RAM, a 5.2-inch 1080p touchscreen and 16/32GB internal storage. This is backed up by a reasonably large 2,700 mAh battery.

Google is expected to launch the new Nexus 5 on September 29th, after a Korean media outlet was reportedly told the information from a reliable source.

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Via Android Pit


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