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New Leak Outs LG Nexus 2015 Price and Specifications

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Google’s Nexus smartphones have been getting a lot of hype recently, and naturally there are rumours surrounding its features, specs and the best kept secret; its price. However, these aspects are no longer a secret as the latest leak out of China, revealed these three aspects that the world was waiting to know.

For starters, the LG-made Nexus (2015) is supposed to be relatively cheaper than the Huawei-made Nexus (2015). It will be priced around $300-400 which is approximately Rs.25,600. Other than that, the LG smartphone will have a matte plastic black cover with chamfered edges, giving it a suave look.

Specifications wise, LG’s Nexus smartphone will flaunt a 5.2-inch full HD P-OLED display, and will be powered by a Snapdragon 620 (MSM8976) processor paired with 4GB of RAM. It will also feature 64GB internal storage, but there is no information about a microSD slot, yet.

Talking about the camera, it sports a 13-megapixel rear camera with f/1.8 aperture, laser autofocus, optical image stabilization, and dual-tone LED flash, 4-megapixel selfie camera with Iris Detection, and a 3,180mAh battery with wireless charging capabilities.

Surprisingly, it is said to have a fingerprint scanner that is embedded within the power button and in addition to this it has front stereo speakers, and connectivity options like Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2, and more importantly an USB Type-C port, for faster charging.

Features LG Nexus
Display 5.2 inch HD P-OLED
Processor Snapdragon 620 (MSM8976)
RAM 4GB
Storage 64GB internal storage (no information about a microSD slot, yet)
Rear Camera 13MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture, laser autofocus, optical image stabilization, and dual-tone LED flash
Front Camera 4MP selfie camera with Iris Detection
USB Type – C
Connectivity Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2
Battery 3,180mAh with wireless charging capabilities
Others fingerprint scanner integrated into power button at the back, front stereo speakers
Price  Rs. 25,600

We hope to hear from LG themselves, soon, confirming the specs and prices. Till then, stay tuned to iGyaan for updates about the LG Nexus and more.

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Nikita Noronha
Nikita Noronha is the sub-editor for iGyaan. Her interests include photography, movies and of course, any kind of good food.
14 comments
Hemant Chauhan
Hemant Chauhan

Instead of SD 810 or 815, why downgrade CPU from 801 to 620(though its a new one) dont think its a wise move... lets see!

Sachin Balan
Sachin Balan

GR8 News until i see it from my own eyes. I suggest Google should open offline stores around the world and in India for their reputed Google Products with replacement offer for their loving customers in near future. That will be a AWESOME deal if it comes true. Online purchase is too risky and i got my Nexus 6 from online too on feb 2015 and it was hell to do so. After a month i updated the os to 5.0.1 and both the cam and flash got disabled and right now my phone is in Motorola motocare center in Bangalore. It's been months and no good news yet. All of my friends friend's are helping me on this- From Port Blair to Chennai - From Chennai to Bangalore without any questioning to me and the only thing that's not happening is a Fix For My Nexus 6 from Motorola India. Now i know how it feels to loose something that you believed in most. i have lot my money, lost my phone and trust on Android system. This was my first Android phone and it backfired me in a worst manner.

Umesh Punwani
Umesh Punwani

Dhiren Rohra - WAIT FOR THIS BROTHER! WAIT FOR THIS.

Piash Kumar
Piash Kumar

Sd 620,not 615.it means it will more powerfull

Dhaivat Trivedi
Dhaivat Trivedi

Where's disqus??? Also there's a grammatical mistake in this article. It's not 'an USB', it's 'a USB'. Otherwise very informative writing. God bless you Nikita.

Siddharth Dalvi
Siddharth Dalvi

Unbelievable, if this is true then some of the Chinese phone companies will have hard run for their money.