A video featuring Huawei's rumoured Nexus (2015) aka Angler has surfaced online, revealing the design elements of the device.
Earlier reports had indicated the presence of a finger-print sensor in Huawei made Nexus device, as the soon-to-be released Android M is confirmed to support bio-metric technology.
But nobody knew whether the sensor would be placed on the rear-side, as seen in the 2013 HTC One Max, or on the home-button, as seen in Apple and Samsung phones.
Now, French technology blog NoWhereElse reporter, Steve Hemmerstoffer, has posted a 10-second hands-on video on YouTube, revealing the Huawei made Nexus phone will house a square-shaped finger-print sensor on the back, just below the big circular camera module.
In the video, the phone looks sleek and its shell on the rear-side looks plastic, probably polycarbonate-based material. A USB port at the bottom is also seen and the power button is on the right-side of the edge. [Watch Huawei Nexus hands-on leaked video, HERE]
The Huawei-made Nexus smartphone is expected to sport a 5.7-inch QHD (2560x1440p) resolution and ship with Snapdragon 810 or 820 processor, finger-print sensor, 21mp camera with Sony IMX230 sensor and Android M OS out-of-the-box.
Besides Huawei Nexus (2015), Google is also collaborating with its old time partner, LG, maker of Nexus 4 (2012) and Nexus 5 (2013), for another flagship smartphone code-named Bullhead aka Nexus 5 (2015).
Both LG Nexus 5 (2015) and Huawei Nexus are slated to be unveiled next month along with Google's new Android M series mobile OS.