The 2016 Nexus 5X successor leaks confirms sensors, SIMs and internal specs
Throughout this present week that we are soon going to be referring to in the past tense, our friends over at GFXBench really got a lot on their hands and they were the source of most of our leaks and specifications and now again, they are giving us something to start the weekend with by the current leak of the benchmarks for one of the Nexus smartphones that are due for release is year.
From expert opinion, we know that this one would be the smaller of the two and would be the replacements for last year’s Nexus 5X. Already, there are speculations that it could be called the Nexus 5P.
For starters, the device arrives the front with a 5 inch display and on this display has been integrated a support for up to five fingers at the same tome. Now, let us tell you that we are sure that the specs you are about to read next would remain in place in this device till launch. Let’s go now.
There would be a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset under the hood and for graphics, the device would pack an Adreno 530 GPU. This would be boosted by the 4GB of RAM as earlier suggested and supported by an internal storage space of 32GB. For sensors and connectivity, you would have Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, Pedometer, proximity sensor, the gyroscope and GPS and if you are planning to buy SIMs for this device, do us a favour and buy only one.
And there you have it for the smaller Nexus. Interesting?
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