New FCC Filing May Reveal Fully-Assembled Nexus 5

New FCC Filing May Reveal Fully-Assembled Nexus 5

Thanks to newly released regulatory documents by the FCC in the US, we seem to have confirmation that a "Nexus 5" will, in fact, be coming to us from LG sometime relatively soon.

New FCC Filing May Reveal Fully-Assembled Nexus 5

The documents, first uncovered by Phonescoop, come bearing loads of photos that reveal both the internal and external workings of the device — a device that looks strikingly like the one Google may have accidentally posted online (before promptly removing it). And while the filing was actually submitted as a "class 2 permissive change" for the G2, this just means that there's a very good chance that the Nexus 5 essentially be a modified version of the G2.

This filing was also able to confirm LTE support, which had been come from previous FCC reports.

New FCC Filing May Reveal Fully-Assembled Nexus 5

As far as additional specs, the phone will come a 2,300mAh battery and (as mentioned in previous reports) dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and Qi wireless charging. Everything the brand new Android KitKat could want. [FCC via The Verge]

New FCC Filing May Reveal Fully-Assembled Nexus 5
New FCC Filing May Reveal Fully-Assembled Nexus 5

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