Based on earlier leaks, the Nexus Sailfish will be recognized as a successor to the Nexus 5X. It is said to be equipped with a 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM, 16/32GB storage options, a 2,770 mAh battery, and 12MP/8MP camera setup. Meanwhile, the Nexus Marlin is said to offer a 5.5-inch Quad HD display and the same processor-RAM configuration and camera setup as the Sailfish. However, the storage on the Marlin is bumped up to 32GB and 128GB; along with a 3,450 mAh battery.
More importantly, today's leaks prove that both upcoming Nexus devices have already passed through FCC. And this means that the two phones have obtained an approval for use in the US. Although it's not really too much of a surprise, it was revealed that the two phones will be offered by Verizon; which means their development stage is already coming to a close.
A notable bit about the FCC filings is that a letter from HTC Project Manager Sean Shih in the Draft User Manual Section. According to the letter, HTC will be publicly making final user guides for the two devices available on Google's Nexus support website along with its commercial release.
In addition to the FCC, SAR Reports for the two phones include a list of wireless bands that are being supported by the phones. The list includes the following:
Lastly, the model numbers for both devices are confirmed through FCC labels: G-2PW2100 and G-2PW4100; though there's no word on which of these model numbers belong to which. With these leaked information coming from the FCC directly, previous leaks of the two devices suggesting the two Nexus phones work across carriers and also Google's Project Fi service are given credibility.
Source: TMO News