New leaked photos have emerged online revealing what seems to be a Huawei Nexus prototype. Previous rumors and reports have pointed to the Chinese manufacturer working with Google to produce the next Nexus phone — the larger of two possible models this year. This could well be our first proper look at this year's larger Nexus, rumored to pack a 5.7-inch display.
These new images come from Steve Hemmerstoffer, the man behind Twitter account @OnLeaks. What's immediately noticable in the new photos is the fingerprint sensor on the rear of the product, as well as the sizeable camera housing that stretches across the width — something which likely helps out with RF visibility too. And then there's also the rather obvious Nexus and Huawei branding, of course.
As for the front of the unit, it's clear to see a selfie camera, accompanied by what appears to be a large-ish display and front-facing speakers. Unfortunately, that's all we know for now, though we expect to see more details hit the surface as we draw closer to the usual release timeframe. What are your thoughts on these early shots of the Nexus by Huawei? Let us know in the comments!
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