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After a week filled with Nexus 5 image leaks and hints, the Internet is abuzz with a new video of Google's upcoming smartphone.
The device in the image was apparently left by a Google employee at a bar. An employee of the establishment was able to snap some pictures and even grab a video of the device. However, the handset's pass code barred him from going beyond the lock screen. The incident is similar to one where an Apple employee left a prototype of the iPhone 4 ahead of its launch during that year.
The images shows that the handset is clearly a prototype with a "Not for Sale" sign on the rear of the device. The design scheme seems to be rather similar to the Nexus 4, however the corners are less round and the screen seems to be bigger. And just like the other Nexus devices, this one doesn't have navigation keys.
The images also indicate that the handset in question here is very similar to the one that was accidentally revealed in one of Google's videos of its KitKat statue unveiling earlier this month. It also looks just like the one spotted on the FCC site last week.
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As per last weeks FCC document fillings, the LG-built Google Nexus 5 comes with a 4.96in screen, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, Bluetooth 4.0 and a nice 2300mAh battery. And, yes, it also has Android 4.4 KitKat.
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