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Detailed Nexus 5 mock shows off upcoming flagship

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Sep 2013 11:03 User comments (4)

Detailed Nexus 5 mock shows off upcoming flagship Following a recent FCC leak and a Google video in which in employee was using an LG-built Nexus 5, there is now a detailed mock of the upcoming device.
The device is 131.9 x 68.2 mm, and has a screen of 126 mm with a 16:9 screen ratio.

Additionally, the phone will run on the new Android 4.4 KitKat, include LTE support, and Bluetooth 4.0.

Read the full FCC leak here.

The full mocks, via Verge:


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4 user comments

18.9.2013 12:12

Promising...

28.9.2013 13:21

stock android is good but somehow i like OEM SW like the ones offered by samsung or sony if i consider overall features.


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38.9.2013 20:32

Originally posted by mukhis:
stock android is good but somehow i like OEM SW like the ones offered by samsung or sony if i consider overall features.
The added features and looks are nice sometimes but I find they just bog down the phone too much overall. I like looks of the stock ROM on my Huawei Ascend Mate but sometimes it lags here and there and its just unbearable.

Now I'm trying to learn how to build Android from source for an "unsupported" device (because nobody else is doing it). Its confusing when relying on the internet though.

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49.9.2013 2:52

Originally posted by Morreale:
The added features and looks are nice sometimes but I find they just bog down the phone too much overall.

i agree, that may be bothering, but lag may not be unacceptable in high-end phones from samsung, sony, etc., and here, you get better features. in addition, some features in stock android are just dull (e.g., cam app). however, stock android interface looks good to me.
Originally posted by Morreale:
Now I'm trying to learn how to build Android from source for an "unsupported" device (because nobody else is doing it). Its confusing when relying on the internet though.

cool. let us know if you get something!

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