At the moment there isn’t confirmation that the next Nexus handset is going to be the LG Nexus 6, but then LG and Google haven’t denied it either. It wasn’t long before the original Nexus 7 was able to keep up with its younger sibling in terms of OS features, as the device was subsequently updated to versions 4.2 and 4.3. Although the current generation Nexus 6 is supposed to be a powerful model, it has not been as successful as other models. There are new rumored specs and the release date has been given. With this, it was speculated that it will be called the Huawei Nexus, boasting a 5.7 in screen with a Quad HD resolution.

It seems that the unknown LG device has earned the same points that a LG G4 would have earned in the same test. Because of this, we’re not sure if this is just an upcoming LG device or the Nexus 5 (2015). The 13-megapixel real camera will be complemented by a 2MP front camera.

The phone may come with a fingerprint sensor for improved security. This feature increases the battery life of the device, because when left unattended for a specified period of time, the mode is automatically enciente Doze, a way by which the processes are minimized and battery life in standby doubles. According to Geek Snack, the phone will appeal to those who were impressed by Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and OnePlus One.

In 2012, Huawei intended to move to a higher cost model – and the transition certainly worked. While Samsung Galaxy S6 scored 68,157, Meizu MX4 scored only 47,765.

According to the website, a source close to the Android M development team forwarded a tip to them that revealed the team’s work on developing various builds of the upcoming OS. Fans have to wait a bit more to uncover the exact version of the Nexus 5 2015 version.

For the 32GB model that originally arrived with a $350 sticker price in the Philippines, the asking price is down to $220.

Nexus 7 (2013) handsets received a factory image update to Android 5.1.1 Lolllipop with build number LMY48G at the end of last month, GSM Arena noted.