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Because Nexus is the first and foremost premium device to reveal the first-class features that have been outlined by Google OS, it is no wonder fans have become more and more addicted to it. So, why should things be different with the Nexus 5 2015? As soon as it will roll out, the device will show off some of the best features that the Android 6.0 M OS brings to the table.

In the next couple of days, the Nexus 5 2015 will be unveiled and so will the features that come packed with the Android 6.0 M. So here they are:

  1. Android Pay & fingerprint reader

The fingerprint sensor is definitely a valuable addition to the Nexus 5 2015 device, one that will safeguard your Android gizmo. Also, Google is planning on including the Android Pay app which will also be protected by the fingerprint reader.

  1. Saving & recovering via Google Drive

Nexus 5 2015 can be easily saved if you opt for the cloud or Google Drive. The information that one stores can be later on used when the backup is authorized. Thus, your handset will be able to go back to its previous status.

  1. Google’s finest: the Doze functionality

Because Google wanted all of its Android gizmos to last more than their battery predicted, the Doze feature was implemented. So, with the latter functionality the apps that are simply ineffective will be put into a sleep mode. You will also be able to tell which application tires out the device’s battery and later on remove the culprit.

  1. Now on Tap will become Siri’s main adversary

Now on Tap is basically a renewed version of Google Now. So, Siri better look out because this new feature has it all.

Supposedly any user who got invited to a new movie( via one’s email) can press and hold the home key knob of the device and Now on Tap will immediately reveal all of the fine points regarding a certain movie or a  nearby location where the movie can be seen.

Google Nexus 5 2015 in a mint shade?

Apparently, there is a leaked photo of the Google Nexus 5 (made by LG) that has been stirring up quite the turmoil amongst tech aficionados. The photo indicates the fact that the device might rock a mint hue. Can this be true?

UnderKG, a blog site posted this image online in which the phone’s front and back panels are exposed. The front panel doesn’t reveal anything new, however the back showcases a pretty unique mint shade. Users can also see the LG logo on the back of the phone.

Rumor has it that the 29th of September is the big unveiling of the Nexus handsets, one manufactured by LG and the other one by Huawei. However, the actual launch might just happen after October 13 once the pre-orders are set in motion.

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