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Google’s Nexus 5X hits the FCC with support for all big US carriers

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Google Nexus 5X hits the FCC with support for all US networks.

Google’s big September 29th media event is almost upon us. and thanks to the FCC, we’re learning a little more about a probable new Nexus phone, the Nexus 5X. According to Android Police, the FCC recently published documents pertaining to the LG-H790 and LG-H791, which onlookers believe are two variants of the new manufactured Nexus 5X. There have been many rumors and leaked pictures for a long time but now thanks to a recent FCC sighting, everything seems to be revealed and we have to expect now only the confirmation.

Documents show the phone also supports 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, support for WiFI direct and mobile hotspot features, and a non-removable battery. This year has been a particularly poignant year for the rumor mill which has been in overdrive seemingly all summer long and has now come in full force after the official beginning of Fall. Based on the cellular radios in each model, Android Police concludes that the H790 is the “the carrier-agnostic version for the United States,” while the H791 is the international version of the phone. According to a source, the model number of LG Nexus 5X is LG-H790, and this particular model will most likely be distributed across the United States. The FCC doesn’t provide many more details, but rumor has it that the phone will have a 5.2 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, a USB Type-C connector, and at least 2GB of RAM (and possibly more).

It’s probably not a coincidence this happened late on a Friday when a smaller amount of eyes would be around to check out the documents and the resulting media coverage. While the FCC database doesn’t provide much else in the way of specifics regarding the new devices, it does give us an idea of how large the 5X will be. The Federal Communications Commission is a place the industry loves to look for since all companies have to file full device information with the government agency before said device goes on sale in the US. While companies file letters to keep the information private for a certain period of time, often times these private periods expire before the device launches or gets announced. This listing suggests that LG H790 features 5.2 inch display and 146.9 x 72.5 mm overall dimension, while the latter spotted with 4.4 inch display and 146.1 x 72.2 mm dimensions.

On that note, the LG-H790, which is the model we care about, shows support for CDMA bands BC0, BC1, BC10, which gives it the Sprint and Verizon support. On the short it seems that Wednesday’s leak from Amazon India has proved to be true and that model number LG-H791 is indeed the Nexus 5X’s international version. The most appalling thing about the upcoming device is that its predecessor, , came with 3GB of RAM, and here we have a smartphone that has not only been severely downgraded in the RAM department, but in the storage category too. Anyway, it is very unlikely that there will be two different Nexus with different screen sizes from the same manufacturer, therefore take these listing with a pinch of salt.

Android Police has published what appears to be a press image of the Google Nexus 6P, which is said to be the official name of the 5.7 inch Nexus phone built by Huawei. In addition to the 5X, rumors point to a new, Huawei-build Nexus phone called the Nexus 6P that will come in gold, white, black, and aluminum finishes.

This is because LG and Google are expected to release Nexus 5X in only the 16 and 32GB storage variants, and seeing as how all previous models bearing the Nexus logo came without a removable card slot, we fear that this crucial feature will once again not be found in the upcoming handset. So far, we’ve had to rely on rumors, leaks, and innuendo for what to expect out of Google, but we won’t have to wait much longer—we’ll see you on Tuesday. LTE (H790): FD-LTE: Band 2(1900MHz)/4(1700MHz)/5(850MHz)/7(2600MHz)/12(700MHz)/13 (700MHz)/17 (700MHz)/25 (1900MHz)/26 (850MHz), TD-LTE: Band 41(2500MHz) We’re looking forward to the big Android event on September 29th where Google will take the wraps off of two new Nexus phones and hopefully have some surprises up their sleeves. For starters we’re looking at 2G 850 and 1900MHz support, 3G WCDMA bands 2, 4 and 5 and CDMA2000 bands 0, 1 and 10. 4G LTE support runs the gamut of low to mid range spectrum as well as some high bands including 2, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 29 and 41.

One of the better things that Google has managed to do is incorporate a 1080p display, which can also be considered a downgrade in comparison to its predecessor, but it is a blessing for those consumers who require a lot of battery life from their mobile devices. That’s a bit bigger than the original 2013 Nexus 5, which shouldn’t be much of a surprise since the screen size is set to be 5.2 inches rather than the 5.0 on the original Nexus 5.

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