A leaked manual has served up a string of new details about Google’s forthcoming Nexus 5 smartphone. The document confirms a series of already-known specs, as well as delivering information on the handset's camera and storage options.
The snapper will reportedly rock an 8 megapixel sensor with optical image stabilisation. There is no mention of MEMS tech being included, despite rumours last week that the Nexus 5 would pack the special focusing function.
Storage is set to top out at 32GB, which should at least help keep prices down somewhat. Other specs include a 1080p, 4.95-inch screen, a special pressure sensor, 2GB of RAM and, most importantly, 4G LTE.
Previous gossip has suggested Google will stick with the low pricing strategy it used with the Nexus 4, with the cost set to be less than £300.
Recent rumours have pointed to a late October launch date, with the Nexus 5 potentially landing alongside Android KitKat.
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