According to a recent report of July 30, the shielding case for the upcoming Nexus smartphone by LG has be revealed , through which one can guess the placement of the components on its flip side. This report has instigated Jermaine Smit, the Dutch designer to give it a true shape and has revealed how the new LG Nexus (2015) phone will look like when it will land on the market shelves.
While looking at the images, one can easily see the existence of three large cavities on the flip side of the device designed by the LG. A rectangular maw is spotted at the left side of two circular cavities, which were heaped on top of the other. These cuts normally finalize the location of the components adorning the device while anything cannot be confirmed yet.
Till the time, there is no official confirmation on the design and specifications of the device, we can have a look at the design thought of by Smit. According to him, the LG made nexus will have a double photo sensor which is represented by two circular openings stacked on the back while the rectangular cut is probably the fingerprint reader, which is becoming an essential feature nowadays.
According to the reports, LG made Nexus device will have a 5.2 inch screen with a resolution of 1920x1080p and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. Housing 4GB of DDR4 RAM, it will be having 16MP rear camera with a 5MP front snapper. Juiced up by 2,860mAh battery it has reversible USB Type-C connectivity and the storage capacity can be increased through microSD card upto 128GB. But nothing is official yet, so need to have salt on the table while reading this.