The 2015 Huawei Nexus Comes With A Premium Design In Today’s Renders
Well, well, well. In the wake of Samsung's launch of the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, other upcoming smartphones seem to be eager to remind us that there's more offerings to come to the playing field yet. While we've been seeing the iPhone 6s feature in leak after leak, with the latest trend being benchmarks of the device popping up, looks like Google's Nexus smartphones are eager to be not left out of the pack either. While yesterday saw a detailed render leak of the LG Nexus, today its the turn of the Chinese manufacturer Huawei, whose also rumored to have a Nexus device under the works.
The Huawei Nexus Leaks In Latest Renders - Shows Smooth Curves
Now that we've managed to lay our hands on some renders of the Huawei made Nexus as well today, we finally get to take a preliminary look at what the device should be expected to come with. Just like yesterday's 2015 LG Nexus renders, today's images are also based on device schematics and other details sent out to case manufacturers, according to their source, uSwitch.
The device appears to focus less on design this time around, with its curves appearing to have rounded off rather lazily this time around. Of course, given that these are early renders, we should expect changes to undoubtedly take place on the device and nothing should be taken as final for now. The bottom of the device shows a single USB port, with the headphone jack having moved to the top. But its the rear of the device that interests us the most today.
While LG's Nexus allegedly places both the camera and the device's fingerprint sensor in succession on its back, Huawei seems to be taking a more different approach with its device. As you can see in the image above, the Nexus smartphone from the manufacturer comes with its camera right on the top, and if you ask us, it does appear to look much better than what we have witnessed on LG's device so far.
And while we saw LG's Nexus also surface with what appears to be removable back cover, Huawei's device might be coming with a unibody, which would most likely mean no removable battery or expandable storage. Which begs the question; Is Google looking to cater to two market segments this time with one launch? Huawei's device also appears to have a premium touch, but perhaps that's just the color talking. So take a look at the rest of the images below and let us know what you think in the comments section below. Cheers, and stay tuned for more.