Several features and other details, including price of Google's upcoming smartphone dubbed as the Nexus 5 (2015) aka Nexus 5 2nd Generation have been leaked over the last few weeks with its release drawing close but the search giant seems to have ignored two major complaints of its users and fans if one is to go by the reports that have appeared so far.
Google is expected to release two Nexus devices, one to be made by LG codenameed "LG Bullhead" and believed to be the Nexus 5 (2015), and the other is to be made by Huawei under the codename "Huawei Angler" and believed to be Nexus 6 successor, according to Android Police.
Nothing is confirmed as of now but several reports have suggested that the Google Nexus 5 (2015) will be released in October or November this year. It is expected to come with significant feature upgrades over its predecessor, the Nexus 5 (2013), but nothing has been mentioned on two major complaints by the users.
Users of Nexus 5 (2013) and the Nexus 6 have a common issue, and that is less internal memory. The former comes with 16/32 GB internal storage, while the latter has 32/64 GB memory but some may still want more. A microSD card slot can solve this memory issue once and for all, but nothing has been heard about it so far.
Another major issue of Google's Nexus devices is low battery life. The company should address the issue with powerful battery or at least do away with non-removable battery, so that users can replace it as and when they want. The nexus 5 (2015) is reportedly housing a non-removable 2300 mAh battery, which will surely disappoint many.
According to reports, the Google Nexus 5 (2015) will sport a 5.2-inch screen with 1440 x 2560 pixels, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, and run on Android M. It is also reported that the device will come packed with 3 GB RAM, house a 13 MP main camera and 2 MP front snapper, and have fingerprint feature.
There are also reports that the Google Nexus 5 (2015) will be priced lesser that the Nexus 6. Geek Snack has gone a step further by claiming that the device will be priced under $500, but nothing is confirmed as of now.