Nexus nerds, we may have just hit the jackpot. Android Police just got its hands on what appears to be a leaked service manual for the as-yet-unreleased Nexus 5. If this is real, we now know everything about the Nexus 5. Every. Thing. OK, except price.
The document — which came to Android Police's attention via an anonymous tipster — is some 281 pages long, but fortunately Android Police has already dug out the really juicy bits:
- 4.95" 1080p display
- 32GB internal storage
- 2GB RAM
- Snapdragon 800 at 2.3GHz
- 8MP OIS rear camera, 1.3MP front camera
- 2300mAh battery
- Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Proximity/Ambient Light, Pressure
- Micro SIM slot
- Notification light
- Wireless charging (duh)
- NFC (duh)
Now of course, as with any leak it's important to take this with a grain of salt. It could all be fake. But god damn look at that thing! There is so much data here. It's seems virtually impossible that this is bogus. If it's a fake it's an ABSURDLY detailed one.
Of course there are still other possibilities, like LG keeping false manuals on-hand for leaking, or Google/LG purposefully leaking a fake manual as some sort of cruel prank. But so far we've got no good reason to suspect this isn't accurate despite its status as a "draft".
There was one little discrepancy Android Police found, which is that the Bluetooth is listed as 3.0, when it would be absurd for it to be anything other than Bluetooth Low Energy (i.e. 4.0). So that's either a bummer or a mistake.
Only time will tell, but in the meantime this is prooobably a pretty good guess at what we'll be seeing soon. [Android Police]
You can read the whole honkin' manual (if you're into that sort of thing) below.