The latest rumors say that Google has decided to bring out the next Nexus device in October, and the model will be created by LG, the company that was responsible for creating the Nexus 4 and 5 smartphones. This time, one of the biggest features that will be added to this new flagship device will be the fingerprint sensor, which will maximize the features of Android M.
Korea Herald claims that the new Nexus 5 will make a lot of users happy. LG will join the other manufacturers who started equipping their devices with fingerprint recognition technology, and the Nexus 5 2015 will come with this feature, because Google will revolutionize the next Android M operating system. Android Pay is Google’s mobile payment platform, and it will be very useful for Nexus fans who want to make payments in stores, or to use their fingerprints to unlock their phones or open an application. Google Wallet didn’t have a lot of success, but Google didn’t lose hope, but instead reinvented the payment system and created Android Pay, which will use biometrics for added security and will surpass Apple’s Apple Pay service.
If Nexus 5 2015 users love this new feature, LG will want to add it to its next LG G5 flagship model, which will be released next spring. Until then, here’s what to expect from the next Nexus device, whose specs have been leaked online.
The phone will feature a 5.2 inch P-OLED HD screen supporting 1920 x 1080 pixels, it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor, which will be backed by 4GB of RAM, and will house 64GB of internal storage. The back of the device will feature a 13Mp camera with OIS, dual-LED flash, and laser autofocus, and the camera on the front will be 4MP Ultrapixel, and will support a RGB-IR sensor and iris detection. The battery will have a capacity of 3180 mAh and will support Quick charging technology 2.0. The rear panel will be made of plastic with matte effects, and on the front side it will have dual speakers. The phone will come with the new USB-C Connector, Bluetooth 4.2, and a MediaTek MT3188 wireless charging receiver.