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Nexus 5 photos appear in Russia

Nexus 5 photos appear in Russia

It would seem that the LG-made Nexus 5 is ready to launch in several European countries as it's appeared in Russia (today) as well as France and Italy over the past several days. What we're seeing today is a back view as well as a right-side view and a couple of front views of this soon-to-be-revealed machine, also known as one of the most leaked smartphones of the year, easily. Here we're finding a slightly modified smartphone lockscreen as well.

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Nexus 5 video shows KitKat early build, hardware from France

Nexus 5 video shows KitKat early build, hardware from France

This morning a lovely piece of video has surfaced showing the LG-made Nexus 5 from all angles, complete with an early version of KitKat called Key Lime Pie. This device appears to be working with KitKat, but as you'll find in the menu pull-down the user attains right off the bat, he'll be heading down to the version of the software released to Google's developers before the name change. You'll also find this device's software moving swiftly - Buttery smoothness in full effect.

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Nexus 5 release imminent as Bluetooth SIG appearance foretells

Nexus 5 release imminent as Bluetooth SIG appearance foretells

We've seen the LG-made Nexus 5 from every which-way but straight from Google, and this week it's gone and appeared with the Bluetooth Special Interest Group as well. This device is showing up with Bluetooth 4.0 and fully equipped to work with the Bluetooth LE or Low Energy universe of devices, sticking in another piece to the puzzle with the re-appearance of the code-name LG-D821. This device has been tipped to use the LG G2 as its basic model, suggesting we'll be seeing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor under the hood as well.

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Android 4.4 KitKat and Nexus 5 appear in photos in Italy

Android 4.4 KitKat and Nexus 5 appear in photos in Italy

This week someone all the way over in Italy appears to have gotten their hands on a Nexus 5 running no less than Android 4.4 KitKat. This build seems to be final or certainly near-final with a collection of features we've either only heard rumors of or have never seen before. Working with build KRS92B and Kernel 3.4.0, this Nexus 5 appears to be nearly ready for showtime - and not all that unlike the Moto X.

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Nexus 5 innards spilled with extended LG document leak

Nexus 5 innards spilled with extended LG document leak

This weekend a document was spilled in part through the sharing platform Scribd, showing off the LG-made Nexus 5 in part. This document was lost for a day or two, thanking in part a couple of 404-ed webpage sources, but today we've been passed a collection of images and snaps from another internal document from what we must assume is LG's registration of the Nexus 5 smartphone on its way to final approval. Here you'll find some solid details on the device and its connective abilities.

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Nexus 5 reportedly launching last week of October with specs akin to iPhone 5s

Nexus 5 reportedly launching last week of October with specs akin to iPhone 5s

The much-anticipated Nexus 5 has surfaced in a variety of leaks, including benchmarks and a video. Last month, it was tipped by DigiTimes that the LG handset would be launching on October 14, which was a reasonable date. The folks over at Tech Radar has spoken to a source that says it will be a bit later than that, however, arriving in the last week of this month with specs akin to the iPhone 5s.

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Nexus 5 MEMS Lytro camera code a case of mistaken identity

Nexus 5 MEMS Lytro camera code a case of mistaken identity

Through some heavy digging in files sourced from a real-deal Nexus 5 in the wild, sources this week have turned up mention of what they believe was MEMS camera technology in this next-generation smartphone. Using files uncovered by Myce, the folks at Android World appear to have discovered the exact camera module (or at least part of it) that'll be used in Google's next Nexus smartphone. The Sony image sensor imx179 appears in these files, leading the blogsphere to believe - again, sourcing Android World - that they've found a perfect connection to MEMS technology - also used in the Lytro camera.

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