Technicial guide for an LG Nexus leaks out
Curious in regards to the subsequent Nexus on the technical level? If so, you’re in for a treat. What’s supposedly a draft of the official LG service manual for the next Nexus has been posted online. It’s a 281 page document, filled with troubleshooting materials, circuit schematics and pinouts, but it does have a couple really interesting things hidden inside.
First of all, the line drawing (seen above) gives us the complete look at the overall device design. Picture the G2, with some minor cosmetic changes and no weird button placement. The back of the unit is also pictured, and it matches up well with some previously leaked images and looks similar to the Nexus 7 from a materials stand point. But most important to many Nexus fans are the specs, which we can glean from the document.
- 4.95″ 1080p IPS LCD
- Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU (MSM8947) at 2.3GHz
- 2GB RAM
- 32GB storage storage
- Wireless charging
- 8MP rear camera with OIS; 1.3MP front camera
- 2300mAh battery
- Accelerometer; ambient light sensor; Compass; Gyroscope; Proximity; Pressure sensors
- HDMI out via Slimport
- Notification LED
- NFC; Bluetooth 3 (?); A-GPS; 802.11 b/g/n wifi
It is worth noting that this is a draft, and of course it could be an elaborate hoax. Some glaring errors are present (page 8 and page 11 give conflicting info about Bluetooth specs for starters), but it sure is some juicy juice to pore through on a Saturday night. You’ll find the complete doc embedded after the break.
Via: Android Police