Rumors of Nexus 5 (or 4 for that matter) have filled the air in the past few days. The possibility of LG Nexus 5 with LTE, 5-inch display, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and Snapdragon 800 SoC FCC ratification may just rematerialize out of the blue.
There were whispers of the potential of a Nexus 5 smart phone in the regions where the winds of doctrine howl endlessly. Then there was a lull and finally after the FCC stamp of approval was given it was irrationally retracted. However, a glimpse of the Nexus 5 has been caught in the Google KitKat intro video. This day in time though the FCC posted a salutary gesture to the potential device that just might be the Nexus 5. The FCC has maintained full confidentiality. The Nexus 5 includes all the bandwidths you’d expect on a North American SKU. That means facilities for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are available.
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This is in keeping with the style of smart phone leaks. One thing leads to another and soon enough we have a whole Pandora’s Box of rumors and lies circulating in the miasma of mendacity. The smart phone leaked by LG on Google’s KitKat Promotional Clip shows various vital components of the device. The odds and ends of equipment point towards a connection between one thing and another. Google has further upped the ante by cutting the price of the Nexus 4 by a hundred bucks. This lends substance to the view that a new device is in the pipeline.