Google Nexus 5 with model number LG-D820 passed FCC?
The Android community seems very excited for the next nexus smartphone of this year. A new LG smartphone has just passed FCC test featuring model number LG-D820 that brought information regarding screen size, processor chip, firmware version and radio brands. The device “LG-D820” is what, we do not have official details but the community is suggesting that it can be Nexus 5.
The FCC documentation is revealing pictures of back plate showing you the NFC antenna and Qi wireless charging ability, recently Google unveiled name of next Android version, Android 4.4 KitKat, along with a video, the material we are getting with FCC is similar to what we have seen in video even there’s large camera lens spicing up the story a bit more.
The LG-D820 FCC test is showing support of a serious number of radio bands including HSPA+ 42mbps on 850, 900, 1700, 1900 and 2100MHz, 7-band LTE on Band 2, 4, 5, 17, 25, 26 and 41 and as well as the EVDO revA (CDMA) on 800 and 1900MHz. These HSPA+ bands can be connected to any GSM network of world reportedly and LTE bands are well-matched with AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
We are also getting information about other radios including Bluetooth 4.0and dual-band 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi improving your connectivity experience, the more you excited are, the more information you can get. This LG device can certainly be the Nexus 5 that will be available with many major carriers of USA. More information about Google Nexus 5 is 126mm size with 4.96-inches diagonal, the Nexus 5 will pack a 2300mAh battery, it won’t be removable reportedly.
Folks over Engadget and Anandtech are remerging out more details, many of them are finding a “MSM8974″ Snapdragon 800 processor and firmware version “aosp_hammerhead” Android 4.4 KitKat, it’s codename of Nexus history.
So you think that the LG LG-D820 smartphone passed through FCC is Nexus 5?
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