While waiting on what will probably be the first phones to showcase the newest Android 6.0 Marshmallow - the LG and Huawei-made Nexus handsets from Google - we've been dealing with an influx of leaks of them both, with the latest being just recently, showcasing the intriguing shape of the metal-clad Huawei handset.
By now we've seen the outer appearance of what will be Huawei's first Nexus phone, and its dimensions also leaked out, inferring to a 5.7" display size. The leaked chassis flaunts a fingerprint scanner on the back, and two front-facing stereo speakers. Today we are getting pictures of a prototype Huawei Nexus wrapped in a case, confirming the presence of a USB Type-C connector at the bottom as well.
What will be under the hood used to be a topic of speculation only, but the system screen here reveals a Snapdragon 810 chipset, 3 GB RAM, and 64 GB storage. Interestingly, the source points out that by the time this Nexus hits, Google and Huawei might swap Snapdragon 810 for 820, as there have been connectivity problems with this Qualcomm chipset on the upcoming Nexus phone.