Nexus 2015 leaks: Huawei Nexus 6 and new LG Nexus 5 leaked image hints at USB Type C support and rear fingerprint sensor

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A series of leaks have been making their rounds online surrounding the upcoming device powered by Google, “Nexus 5.”

uSwitch with sources coming from Twitter user @OnLeaks exclusively shares the alleged look of the next-in-line Nexus phone made by Huawei, the information reportedly came from the detailed blueprint being handled out to accessory manufacturers.

The image shows Huawei Nexus 6 to have a fingerprint sensor located at the rear, a 5.7-inch screen display, and dimension roughly measuring 159.4?mm height x 78.3mm width. The thickness varies from 6.6mm to 8.5mm ?for its thickest point.

The body is speculated to be made with metal and shape of the USB port seems to suggest a support for the new Type C technology.

On another report, an LG-made Nexus 5 has some of its specifications rendered. It may also have the fingerprint at the back and located beneath the camera. On front, the image shows possible dual-stereo speakers and 5.2-inch screen display which is slightly bigger from the previous rumored 4.95-inch one.

The dimension is said to be at 146.9mm x 72.9mm. While the thickness ranging from 8mm to 9.8mm. It may also have the USB Type C-port with QuickCharge 2.0.

The first photo was posted by a user on Google Plus Indonesia and blogger Marques Brownlee tweeted it, saying, Apparently this is the new Nexus. Looks fine from this angle. Give us more, Mr Blurricam!”

Previous reports claim that LG Nexus 5 may have a full high definition P-OLED display while under the hood, it may be powered Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor partnered with 4GB of RAM with the built-in storage of 64GB and MediaTek connectivity chipset. The battery may have the capacity of 3180mAh. While the camera may boasts 13-megapixel back lens and 4-megapixel front shutter.

Although it is not clear which materials will be used for the smartphones, rumors have it that it may feature a black cover made in plastic and aluminum frame.

Both devices are expected sometime in October and November and may support the new Android operating system, “Android M.”

It is important to note though that all information presented are speculations and should be taken with a grain of salt.