Rumored Google Nexus 5 Smartphone Gets a 7-minute hands-on Video


One of the top devices in the rumor mill this month is Google's upcoming Nexus smartphone device which everyone refers to as the Nexus 5. In the past several days, a lot of leaked photos (and counting), information and technical specifications have leaked in the internet and most of them really look real. But it does not end like that as we approach the day Google will finally confirm and officially announce this so called Nexus 5. There is a 7-minute hands-on video that recently leaked online by smartphones.sfr.fr website. See it for yourself and let us know what you think of the video and the device in the comments section of this post.


The Android smartphone in the above video does not have the "Nexus" branding on the back panel which means that this one is just a prototype version of the said device. This is quite different than what have been previously leaked images of the Nexus 5 as most of them bear the Nexus logo.

Rumors suggest that the new Nexus 5 will sport a 5-inch 1080p display, a quad-core processor by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, 4G LTE connectivity and a 2,300mAh battery. And of course, Google's newest Android OS, the 4.4 nicknamed as Kitkat. Everyone in the tech industry is expecting and reporting that Google will have a press event this a month where it will officially announce the Android 4.4 Kitkat alongside with this Nexus 5 smartphone. There are still unconfirmed reports so we have to take all of these with a pinch of salt until everything is final and official.

Below are two of the newest Nexus 5 leaks and this time it is coming "From Russia with Love" according to a Google+ user Anton Kuznetsov  who shared the images.  




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