LG, a South Korean firm is speculated to be working on the stock Android version of the Google Nexus 5, touting and uncovering it as the firm’s new flagship Optimus G2.  


Expected to release next month, the LG’s 5.2-inch device will hold Full HD 1080p screen, which is same as the Nexus 5. With a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, the Optimus G2 will also hold 3GB of RAM, LTE chip, huge battery and a 13-megapixel camera at the rear.

Except for the 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software in LG’s device, all features and specifications are same as found in the Nexus 5. However, the G2 might get the 4.3 update soon after release.

The latest going on in the rumor mill hints that both LG and Google have worked in the same production facilities, operated by the former.

However, we might see few twists in the G2 including the Zero Gap tech, which showed less bezel on the device’s border. Also the volume button is fit at the backside of the G2, which is the only noticeable difference.

Considering all the points, it’s clear that LG has worked on the lines of Google Nexus 5 to roll out the similar device; the Optimus G2.

However, Google and LG haven’t spilled the beans on the matter.