With that in mind, we are told that the 16GB LG Nexus 5 will feature a 2300mAh battery and will be priced lock, stock and barrel for $299. The 32GB LG Nexus 5 will be powered by a 3000mAh cell and will be priced at $399. The Google Nexus 4 was $299 for the 8GB unlocked model when first launched, while the 16GB model was $349. Both of those units carried a 2100mAh cell.
It is interesting that we will apparently see two different capacity batteries on the LG Nexus 5 depending on the size of the native memory. When the LG Nexus 5 service manual leaked the other day, we heard from more than a few potential buyers of the phone who were upset about the 2300 mAh cell that was rumored to be on board the handset. Now then, if it really turns out that the 32 GB variant will be powered by a larger, 3000mAh cell, would everyone be OK with the battery situation?
Nexus 5 round-up: all we know so far
1. Clearest images of Nexus 5 so far
2. Nexus 5 was photographed left in a bar
3. Google first showed us the Nexus 5 in its teaser video for Android 4.4 KitKat
4. Nexus 5, Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, from left to right
6. Nexus 5 lost in a bar
7. Nexus 5 lost in a bar
8. Nexus 5 lost in a bar
9. Nexus 5 lost in a bar
10. FCC filing for Nexus 5
11. FCC filing for Nexus 5
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