User manual of the LG Nexus 5 leaked with specifications

Nexus 5 Manual

An alleged user manual of the LG Nexus 5 has leaked out revealing all the information we needed to know. Apart from the design of the smartphone, the user manual also sheds light on the hardware it’s going to pack and we are very impressed. The design is not different from what we saw earlier and it confirms most of what we knew. The same applies for the specs sheet, but here’s a refresher anyways.

  • 4.95 inch 1080p IPS display.
  • 8MP OIS camera with a 1.3MP front camera.
  • 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8947) chipset.
  • 32GB of storage, 2GB of RAM.
  •  2,300 mAh battery.
  • Support for HDMI out via Slimport.
  • Accelerometer, ambient light sensor, compass, gyroscope, proximity and pressure sensors.
  • Notification LED.

We will certainly learn more about the smartphone as the days pass, but this should suffice for the time being. With so much hype and buzz surrounding the Nexus 5, it’s obvious that leaks like these will increase in frequency. There appears to be some minor errors in the user manual, which indicates that this might not really be the final version.

Via: Android Police

6 Replies to “User manual of the LG Nexus 5 leaked with specifications”

  1. Source link anchor text says android central and link points to android police…. editorrrrrrr!

  2. Sounds like it will be a pretty killer little phone. Great to see that the speakers are now located on the bottom edge. The back speaker on my N4 is blocked when laying down on the table. I’d prefer the Nexus logo be running side to side like the N4 instead of top to bottom. Most people hold their phones in portrait. Anyone know what the larger button below the power button is going to be for? The volume is still on the other side so I can’t imagine what that one is for.

  3. The FCC tests were on the LG-D820, while this is the manual for the LG-D821. So, what is different about the the LG-D820 version?

    Answer: the LG-D820 seems to be the “USA” version (supporting U.S. frequencies) and the LG-D821 seems to be the “international” version.

    See frequency support here:



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