Huawei Nexus with improved features: Video

Huawei Nexus, a smartphone of Google, has been spotted in video today which shows its few high specs.

It has been reported a week ago that a letter of Google has leaked in which it was said that Google will launch its two smartphones, between these two, one will be manufactured by Huawei and is given the title of Huawei Nexus and second one will be a variant of LG Nexus 5 of 2013.

By the availability of this video, it has been assured now that Google’s both smartphones are under the process of manufacturing, but video displays few of its key features and few more features were leaked, it is difficult to go with these uncertain detail.

As the video shows, the backside of Huawei Nexus looks like a plastic, but it is not certain too, because it is said that the backside of Huawei Nexus might be made of metal. It is also said that it owns a screen of 5.7 inches along with QHD AMOLED display.

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Alleged Google Huawei Nexus phone front display

The processor of Huawei Nexus is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810, it is being used in mist if the high-end smartphones in Smartphone Industry because it powers handsets with high hertz energy for giving high speed processing power.

The 10 seconds video also shows that Huawei Nexus has USB Type-C one and fingerprint reader at it backside, including a camera of Nexus-Y. These features make Huawei Nexus a wonderful smartphone, but about the certain features we have to wait for a Google press release.

Google Huawei Nexus phone

Yet there is no any report about the price of Google’s smartphones, nor any official report about their announcement, along with this no any prediction about their launch has been made.

Alleged Google Huawei Nexus phone back side will be plastic

The previous release of Google were at the mark which had satisfactory power in them which could appeal people for an investment, similarly Smartphone Industry expect from Google’s upcoming smartphones. The video which was released by Steve Hemmerstoffer at his YouTube channel can be seen here.

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