We already know that the next Android OS, namely the Android 6.0, has been code-named Marshmallow and is going to be seen on our devices soon. There has also been a good deal of news about the first set of devices that will inaugurate the new Android Marshmallow. The devices in question are the upcoming Huawei and LG-made Google Nexus smartphones, that have been in the news with quite a good deal of leaks and rumors to their record.
The latest leak related to the news has been of the Huawei handset, all set with an interesting shape and a metal avatar. We have already seen the outer look of the Huawei handset, which will be the first Nexus phone from the Chinese manufacturer. The dimensions of the device have also leaked out, suggesting a display size of 5.7″.
The leaked picture also displays the chassis of the device boasting front-facing dual stereo speakers along with a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device.
Some new pictures of the Huawei Nexus handset have leaked out today and as far as we can make out, it is a prototype. Nevertheless, the picture shows the device wrapped in a case and surprisingly, we can see also see a USB Type-C connector sitting at the bottom of the body.
The burning topic of discussion surrounding the Huawei Nexus phone is its under-the-hood specifications. And bringing it to rest is a system screenshot from the device. The screenshot reveals that the device gets 64 GB storage and 3 GB RAM, while the power will be delivered via a Snapdragon 810 chipset. What is more interesting is that the report hints towards a possibility that Huawei and Google might change the processor from Snapdragon 810 to 820 so as to avoid the connectivity issues that have been experienced with the Snapdragon 810 chipset.