The next generation Nexus smartphone and the latest version of the Android mobile operating system have appeared online in new set of images. The upcoming Google Nexus 5 has been spotted in a new video and many photos, running on the yet to be announced Android 4.4 KitKat operating system version.
The leaked video and the images of the phone and the Android KitKat version have spilled some beans about the features of the next Nexus phone.
A lot of reports on the web are suggesting that Google might officially unveil the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat operating system version in an event on October 15th, which is after just a few days. Some other reports also suggest that the next version of the Google Nexus smartphone will be priced below $446 which is half the price of the Apple iPhone 5S.
The leaked images of the phone allow us to catch a glimpse of the upcoming Android operating system version, which also reveals a little information about the features of the new OS. One of the leaked features include “Tap & Pay” which confirms integrated payments in the OS allowing the users to pay for stuff using NFC also. Furthermore, the leaked images show us the User Interface of the OS with transparent notification bar along with White icons.
While, the Google Nexus 5’s leaked reports suggest that it will be featuring a 4.95IPS full HD display and powered by Snapdragon 800 processor along with 2GB of RAM and 2300mAh battery with wireless charging. Nothing is officially confirmed at the moment, but we will update you more when Google officially announces KitKat 4.4 and next version of the Nexus phone, so keep in touch with us.
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