After an exhausting number of leaks of the Nexus 5, there’s still no word on the launch, although we hope it happens today. The Google phone of the year has leaked out yet again in a series of images revealing the internal hardware of the smartphone. While this is nothing new from what we know already, it does give us a glimpse of the camera sensor as well as the battery of the smartphone. The camera module appears to be a lot smaller than it looks with the back cover on.
The battery on the smartphone is most probably non-removable, which has been a trademark in Nexus devices over the last two years. The battery capacity is revealed to be 2,300 mAh as expected, which is a little disappointing considering the hardware it packs. An earlier leak has pegged the battery life to be not that great with 8 hours of internet browsing and 6 hours of video playback. So we dearly hope to see multiple battery variants of the smartphone launching during the announcement.