With just a few weeks away from the official announcement of the next iteration of Nexus devices, we have been hearing to lots of leaks lately. After a series of LG made Nexus 5X smartphone leaks, the other device Huawei Nexus 6 or Huawei Angler has started making its presence online. The latest listing on GFXBench has now revealed the complete Huawei Angler specifications.
Just a few days back, the device was spotted on GeekBench showcasing the single core and multi core score along with the details of the processor. According to the GeekBench, Huawei Angler will run on a Snapdragon 810 SoC along with 3GB of RAM. One would have thought of Google ditching the not-so-stable SoC and might have chosen SD820 instead. But that isn’t case anyways.
Huawei Angler will feature 5.7″ QHD Display!
Unlike LG Nexus 5X (Bullhead) which is said to pack a full HD 5.2-inch display, Huawei Nexus 6 will have a 5.7 inch QHD display with 2560 x 1440 resolution. The listing on the GFXBench also suggests the presence of SD810 SoC and that might be the processor indeed running on Huawei made Nexus device.
In terms of the other details on the Huawei Angler specifications, it will pack a 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory and no info about the expandable memory slot. The device runs on Qualcomm Adreno 430 GPU. On the snapper sections, Angler packs a 13MP camera on the rear with 4K video recording capabilities. On the front, we might see an 8MP camera for a beautiful selfies.
With NFC, WiFi and possible LTE support, Huawei Angler runs on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
Here is a possible design of the device according to the leaks,
As we are getting near to the launch event of Nexus devices by Google which is slatted to happen on September 29 according to the rumors, we will just need to stay put and watch for the device to making its official appearance.
Source: @abijithwarrier GFXBench
Oh Boy!! Huawei Angler features a QHD 5.7″ Display and here the complete spec of the device! pic.twitter.com/VWXKdADMGS
— Abijith (@abijithwarrier) September 15, 2015