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LG Nexus 5 with crazy specs to impress

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Earlier this month there were a lot of Android fans hoping to see a new Nexus smartphone but had to make do with the Google edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4, but today we have an LG Nexus 5 design idea with crazy specs to impress.

We get to see a lot of concept smartphone ideas here on Phones Review covering a number of different new models, and today we have a Nexus 5 design courtesy of Deviantart. As you can see from the image the display has virtually no bezels running down the sides of the 4.8-inch Full HD touchscreen display with a 459ppi pixel density.

The device is powered by an 8 core power plant running at a clock speed of 3.2GHz and coupled with a massive 8GB of RAM. If you think the battery wouldn’t see you through the day without reaching for the charger the device uses a huge 7,000 mAh power pack that will last a full week from a single charge.

Other specifications include a 32-megapixel front and back camera that is capable of 4K resolution video capture, removable rear panel that gives access to the microSD card, dual SIM slots, and the battery. There is also Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, 4G connectivity, and the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system.

Protecting the device on the front and the back is Gorilla Glass 4 that is unbreakable as well as scratch proof, and while most of these specs on a smartphone may be a few years away yet, there is nothing wrong with dreaming.

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14 thoughts on “LG Nexus 5 with crazy specs to impress”

  1. Reply
    Richard Yarrell says:

    Definitely a great dream. We all know the upcoming Lg Nexus 5 won’t top the current Galaxy S4 or Google edition S4.

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      squiddy20 says:

      Too bad all we know about the “LG Nexus 5” (if it will even be called that) is nothing but rumor… smh.
      What a moron.

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      Vincent says:

      Really now?? If its a rumor then it means nothing. If it isn’t then explain how it won’t to the g4 nexus?

    3. Dude. The LG Optimus G Pro is more or less on par with the S4, especially specs wise. It doesn’t make the slightest bit of sense to think that LG’s next gen phone wouldn’t be able to top that.

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    Nils Mueller says:

    it is not possible to have 8 gigabytes of RAM as Android only supports a maximum of 4 gigabytes of RAM because the system is only 32 bit system

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      vperl says:

      Guess you were not in the loop about LP the next OS after KLP. 64 bit to make the system rock. Mailroom employees need not know.

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    Joey Niessan says:

    “removable rear panel that gives access to the microSD card”

    Mother-of-god I hope so, but Google got beat up by an SD card years ago with how anti-SD they are.

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    dhat's boy says:

    where did they put the 8 core and how thin the processor? chip if you used this by watching movie you’re got burn causing by the heat it’s unbelievable, is this real phone?

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