Yes we have to say that the Nexus 5 story already kick started, as a suspected Nexus device spotted recently in Google’s Android KitKat statue unveiling. More than a wild guess, the picture reveals some facts, and the newly spotted device is bigger than the Nexus 4. The device rumored to be finished by LG and we can see a vague LG logo on the zoom up. Now, to concrete the rumor, a new device from LG with a model number LG D820 spotted at FCC filing.
We don’t have solid evidence to make a a clear assumption that LG D820 will turn out as Nexus 5, but from pictures available from FCC, we must have to say that there is some similarities in the design of back panel of LG D820 , with the one we spotted in Google’s video. More than that the OS mentioned in the filing is KeyLimePie, that was the name Google used for Android 4.4 before they unveiled KitKat.
Anyway LG D820 is an interesting device with tons of features thrown to it. From the FCC filing the phone seems to offer support for a lot of wireless standards, and also the usual set of HSPA and GSM bands along with CDMA and EVDO Rev A. The phone seems to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor (MSM8974) and offers a 4.96-inch display.
Other features includes Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band 802.11 b/g/n/ac, NFC, GSM / EDGE etc. The phone also offers wireless charging option.
[FCC | Via Engadget]