Huawei nexus. Gradually the new Nexus is manufactured by Huawei revealing, and the proof is that they are increasingly filtering content in more detail the expected terminal of Google. The Huawei terminal Nexus is the Mountain View intended for top-end, and that notice not only in their hardware features, but also showing a unique design and finishes on the outside. Today we focus on the images that were leaked from one of their carcasses, confirming details of its design.
There are four new snapshots that show a clear terminal housing. These images show the housing from different angles, so that we can see and confirm some of the details that differentiate the new Huawei Nexus. In these images we can distinguish how on the right side of the terminal the power button will be located as well as the volume, while the rear can distinguish one of the traits that identify the Huawei more Nexus. It is the top of this, showing also in the housing area where a horizontal protruding go housed the camera, in addition to its flash and sensors, this is undoubtedly the most prominent area of your design.
But there is also room for the fingerprint sensor, which we can see circular casing images that have filtered their way. These corroborate Huawei Nexus design that could also be seen in action with some actual photos of terminal. The features we expect for this new Huawei Nexus is a 5.7 inch AMOLED screen with QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a processor may be the Snapdragon 820, 810 or self-made Kirin, although in this paragraph, which has less ballots it is the Snapdragon 820.
The camera is 21 megapixels on the back, with IMX230 sensor. In any case we speak of a terminal that is destined to regain some of the prestige of the Nexus range, which is not that I have lost, but has been somewhat undervalued with a terminal as the Nexus 6. In any case, it seems that both Huawei Nexus as the LG Nexus 5 2015, have the characteristics and the necessary design for Google once and for all be able to give the C's with these two new terminals, instead of one, as has been traditional.