Google accidentally unveiled the next Google-LG Nexus device also called Nexus 5 during the launch event of Android 4.4, which has been named the Kitkat version.
The California based tech giant had unveiled a video of the launch event, in which a Google employee was seen shooting the event with a Nexus device, reported GSMarena.
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However, when The Verge reached out to LG regarding any information on the Nexus 5, the brand's spokesperson blatantly refused that there was any revelation to be made. "We have nothing official to announce at this time," the spokesperson said.
Google has now removed the video, which is being seen as its way to deny the rumours of Nexus 5.
Nexus 5 is likely to have the same body shape as the LG G2 that was announced last month. Many other leaks in the past have suggested that the next Nexus device will probably resemble the LG G2 in terms of body structure and will have features that are similar to the Google Nexus 7 2013, designed by Asus.
The Nexus device that is seen on the video is likely to pack the latest Android Kitkat version and a 5.2-inch display with a resolution of around 1080 pixels powered by snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3 GHz claims the Android community. In terms of storage capacity, Nexus 5 will come with 2GB RAM and supports a battery of 3000 mAh. Nexus 5 will also feature a 13 mega pixel camera and will be compatible with 4G LTE connectivity.
The device has been seen in a black matte finish with horizontal Nexus logo engraved on the back. It also features a small LG logo on the same side indicating a probable tie up between the two, according to Slashgear.
Nexus 5 is expected to be slightly more expensive than its previous versions and is likely to make an appearance with all the major US carriers like Verizon.
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