At the recent announcement of the Android version 4.4, now confirmed Kitkat, there were a couple of images that were floating around the internet which showed off a man snapping away with what was allegedly a Nexus 5. The device as expected is manufactured by LG and looks to be embracing the culture of big smartphones. The interest around Nexus 5 is obviously great given how well the Nexus 4 did in the market, but not much could be made out of the image that was leaked.
However, a new set of images have surfaced that show the Nexus 5 going through the mandatory FCC testing. The specs reveal a 7 band LTE compatibility which makes sure all of the major US Carriers are supported by the device. Also since the recent announcement of Android 4.4, there have been plenty of voices saying that the Nexus 5 could be released as early as the start of the holiday season which actually is in tune with this FCC Testing.
Closer inspection of the specs of the Nexus 5 reveals it using the latest Wi-Fi standards in 802.11 a/b/g/ac which alongside NFC seem to be gradually becoming a norm for Android devices. We are indeed excited about the Nexus 5 and features it would pack. Are you? Let us know in the section below.