What to expect from the first wave of the Nexus 6P leak
Posted by Android Police on October 24, 2018 12:16:28A few days ago, Android Police reported that some of the first images from the Nexus 7 leaked online, and the leak has since been updated to include a few additional details about the device.
This new information, which includes a lot of the same details as last week’s leak, is a bit different from the previous information, as it includes more details about a battery life indicator and the phone’s software.
The most notable thing to note is that the device will be sold with an 8GB microSD card, which is one of the more common types of microSD cards, as most smartphones today have a microSD slot.
There’s also a new “LTE” branding in the device’s box, which we’ll cover in the following section.
While the first leak was pretty impressive, there’s a few new details to take into consideration.
First, there are some new parts in the box.
This includes the new battery pack, which uses an “external” battery, and it’s actually made by Samsung.
The battery is actually a 1680mAh unit, which means it’s a little less than half the size of the existing 1680mAh battery in the Nexus 5X and 6P.
It also comes with a microUSB cable, which should be useful for charging a lot more devices than just the Nexus 9.
There are also two new screws for attaching the battery, which Samsung has shown off before, but it’s worth noting that they aren’t actually included in the new Nexus 7 leak.
Instead, they’re actually on the side of the battery.
That means that the new screws will need to be removed from the backside of the phone, and you’ll have to remove them by unscrewing the bottom cover.
The new battery and new screws also feature a new charging port, which will make charging a Nexus 6 more straightforward.
The new port, however, is the only part that’s actually visible in the leaked images, and this new port will be located on the right side of this new Nexus 6.
While this battery will be the primary source of power for the device, it won’t be the only one.
The device also comes equipped with a 13MP camera, which features a 5-axis sensor, and an LED flash.
We’ll talk more about these camera specs in a bit, but for now, the Nexus 10 has a similar camera as the Nexus 11, and is the first smartphone to use that camera.
This will allow the device to capture better images, which can help make its photos more appealing.
As for the battery life, the new leak indicates that the battery will last up to 10 hours of video playback, which sounds a bit better than the 7 days and 2 hours that we saw from the original leak.
We have a feeling that the Nexus 8 and 9, which use an 8,10, or 11.5-inch display, will be able to last even longer, though this could change after we see more images.
The leak also confirms that the 6P and 7 will use the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, which would make the Nexus 4 a logical choice for this new phone.
As you can see in the above image, the device has an aluminum body, but that’s not really the case here.
It’s made out of carbon fiber, and that aluminum feels like it’ll last much longer than the plastic-and-metal parts in this leak.
It feels more durable than the aluminum used in the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, and its overall build quality feels much better than it does in other leaked images.
Finally, the battery itself comes with an internal SIM card slot, which could be an indication that this is the new 7 and 10GB models, which came with an SD card slot in the past.
We haven’t seen any leaked images yet, but we could see this being a bit more powerful than the 8GB models that we’ve seen before.
As mentioned before, we’re seeing a lot less than a month between now and the official release of the new Google Pixel phones, so we’ll be keeping an eye on the Nexus brand to see if any new leaks pop up soon.