All eyes are on Google to unveil its next generation Android smartphone, the Nexus 5, but still it has not made an announcement. No one knows right now exactly when this announcement is going to take place. There have already been a lot of rumors about the Nexus 5, we’ve seen parts and components being leaked as well as press renders being outed on Google’s own website. Today we get to see the Nexus 5 battery, which should presumably be enough to last an entire day.
It was rumored recently that perhaps the 16GB and 32GB Nexus 5 flavors will have different batteries, the 32GB one was claimed to have a 3,000mAh battery with the 16GB having to make do with the much smaller 2,300mAh unit. Though it looks like that might not be the case. New leaks of the Nexus 5 battery suggest that there’s just one capacity of battery available in both models, 2,300mAh. Nothing has been confirmed though, so its not known for sure if the Nexus 5 really does have a different capacity battery in each of the two different models. Google hasn’t said as yet exactly when it intends to launch its new smartphone, though it is widely believed that Nexus 5 will ultimately be released this November. [Images via FanaticFone]
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