A mysterious LG smartphone has been recently spotted on Geekbench and speculations suggest it is the Nexus 5 2015.
Rumors suggest that the handset that gone on benchmark test could be the new Google Nexus, but the device specs that came up leaves not much clue to point that way, according to Phone Arena.
The anonymous LG smartphone comes with model number LG-F600L, which makes it more likely related to the LG G4 Pro that goes by model number F500L, Christian Today noted.
The benchmark test also reveals that the device has a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Phone Arena also noted that the mystery device netted points that an LG G4 would have earned in the same test. This just makes it difficult to say if the mystery smartphone is the Nexus 5 2015, it added.
In an interview with LG’s chief of mobile, Cho Jun-ho, back in March, Phone Arena noted that the executive said the tech company is preparing to launch something even more high-end than LG G4. There were also reports that Google has been working with LG and Huawei to create a new Nexus phone.
Phone Arena, in an earlier report, noted that Nexus 5 has scored 85,000 points on benchmark tests of rankings platform AnTuTu. It surpassed Samsung Galaxy S6 with a 68,157 tally.
Nexus 5 2015 is expected to have a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, a fingerprint scanner, a classy metal build and the unreleased 820 processor, Christian Today added.
Google is also expected to release the Nexus 5 2015 with Android M, the successor to Lollipop.
The flagship handset is likely to roll out on the fourth quarter of 2015 as all Nexus phones to date have been unveiled and launched around the same time, the Ecumenical News stated.
Price will range around $400 to $500, it added.