Pro leakster @evleaks is at it again, posting on Twitter possible specifications for the upcoming Huawei-made Nexus device made in partnership with Google. According to Evan, the device will ship in Q4 of this year, featuring a 5.7″ QHD display, Qualcomm-made Snapdragon 820 SoC, metal (aka “premium”) body, and fingerprint reader.
These specs accompany the countless reports declaring Huawei is indeed making a Nexus device with Google, so at this point, it’s only a matter of time until we finally see it. Usually, from what we have seen in previous years, possible images could hit the web a couple of months before its release, but it’s only mid-July. We still have a ways to go before anything is official.
Also, it seems information regarding this upcoming Huawei Nexus device is bountiful, yet reports supporting LG and Google teaming up again seem rather hard to come by. Not that it is not happening, but the hype seems solely built around the Huawei device only at this moment.
If Huawei is truly making the larger 5.7″ Nexus, can we expect LG to produce a smaller, closer to 5″ Nexus? If so, which one are you more interested in?