With the Huawei Nexus being leaked everywhere, we now have disclosures of yet another valuable information. Today’s leak includes some valuable insights into the performance of the device after it got benchmarked.
We are hardly three weeks away from the alleged Google event speculated to be held on 29th of October. Isn’t it beautiful that the industry standards make it almost mandatory for device makers to put their devices through the benchmark tests?
We particularly love it, because it gives us a considerable depth of information about the prototype being tested and helps us gauge the phone’s capability and performance even before it is available commercially.
Benchmarks also suggest that the Huawei Nexus will be using the 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 coupled with 3GB oF RAM. The Nexus device will also be running the Latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
However, details about the screen size or resolution haven’t been revealed yet and we expect the Huawei Nexus to sport a display size that’s between 5.5 to 5.7 inches. It is highly likely that it will be a 1080p display instead of the previously used QHD.
A USB Type-C port is expected to be a given and so is a fingerprint scanner. We can’t wait for the official launch as this would be a big game changer for Huawei and if they can pull it off neatly, they might be on their to becoming one among the well-respected brands globally.