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LG-made Possible Nexus 5 Hits FCC, Model Name D820 (Updated)

Nexus 5 FCC

Earlier this week, Google announced Android 4.4 would be called Kit Kat. In turn, they posted a video showing off the unveiling of its campus’ newly delivered delicious statue. Incredibly enough, whether it was on purpose or not, a Google employee was spotted snapping pictures during the event with an unannounced smartphone. The Web quickly went abuzz and talks of a Nexus 5 ran wild. 

Like hypebeasting clockwork, a supposed LG-made superphone (model D820) has hit the FCC. Could this be the Nexus 5? If you look at the devices backside, you will see a large opening for the camera, lining up almost perfectly with the picture we saw taken from the Kit Kat video, which was made private by Google.

Inside the FCC report, we see LTE support for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, but no signs of support on Verizon. In addition, we see a Qi wireless charging coil, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and dual-band 802.11 b/g/n/ac. Even if this device turns out not to be the Nexus 5, it will still be a pretty powerful phone.

Below is the shot taken from this week’s video. Look familiar, now? Let us know your thoughts down below on if we should put money on the D820 being the Nexus 5.

Update: Engadget gleaned a bit more information from the documents that were filed at the FCC tonight that shows that we most likely are looking at a Nexus 5. The firmware is listed at M8974A, which points towards a Snapdragon 800 SoC. As if that wasn’t exciting enough, the software version of this device is listed as:

“aosp_hammerhead-userdebugKeyLimePieFACTORYeng.sangjoon84.lee.20130618.015154.”

Yes, “hammerhead” was first reported by us last week as being the codename of the next Nexus. The “aosp_” is something that Google has taken to doing on their Nexus devices and gives us a good indication that this might be another one. As for the KeyLimePie bit, the name change to Kit Kat could have been a last minute change that hasn’t been reflected in software builds yet, but only time will tell!

Update 2:  A reader (Cheers Tyler!) of ours dug even further into the FCC docs and came away with it having a 4.96″ (or 5″) display and 2300mAh battery. [FCC]

Update 3:  Here is our round-up of everything including a render and our opinions on this working with Verizon’s network.

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Via: Engadget | FCC | S4GRU

  • nonchalant_g

    All I care about right now is the size of the battery. I just want a phone where I don’t have to buy an aftermarket battery with a deeper case that spoils the look and feel of the phone. 2300mAh isn’t enough, need 3600mAh to get through a weekend.

  • JRomeo

    according to androidcentral, “Other new information includes a screen size of 126mm or 4.96-inches diagonal, and a full case size of 131.9mm high and 68.2mm wide (for reference, the Nexus 4 is 133.9mm x 68.7mm).” ……….. so does this mean that the Nexus4 phone is actually LARGER than the Nexus5 phone? in other words, Google managed to cram 5 inch screen inside similar phone dimensions as the N4

    • JMonkeYJ

      seems like that could be possible. the N4 was based on the LG G1, which still had physical buttons, so the N4 still had the large chin remnant from that LG design choice. the G2 was designed around on-screen buttons, so it has a much smaller chin.

      so that, combined with LG’s super small side-bezel LCD tech hopefully means really small bezels all the way around and much larger percentage of screen.

  • Zypr3xa

    Anyone else notice the curve on the top and bottom of the FCC Docs and then look at the one in the image its flat on top and bottom?? Maybe it was just REF device.

    • LionStone

      You will not notice the exact dimensions from the perspective of the picture, his hands are covering up most of it anyway. You cannot say, without a doubt, that in the image, it is flat on top and bottom… It simply ‘appears’ that way.

      • Zypr3xa

        Agreed.

  • artsr2002

    Welp, guess I might be getting a Sprint version and flashing it to a Verizon prepaid carrier. Cool.

  • Weber

    The camera on this phone is in a different spot than on the pic from the KitKat unveiling.

    • Ian

      It is not. Exact same placement.

      • Weber

        Yeah, I realized that after seeing it was the back cover. My b. Idk why my comment is now “deleted”

  • Simon Belmont

    Looks like Sprint is a go, but VZW isn’t. What a pity.

    This will be my next phone. On T-Mobile, that is. So happy with switching from Sprint to them. No regrets.

  • jt O’Brien

    Note 3 here I come :( Bye stock android, it’s been a good run :(

  • nvitone23

    will the fact that its a lithium polymer battery make it last longer than a lithium ion battery?

  • BobbyG

    Why would this battery be 2300mAh but the G2 is 3000mAh? Dumb

    • Ian

      Because its not based off the G2 as much as DL would like to think.

  • chris420o

    lol the funny thing is google really did leak the n5 in the video lol what a fail silly google

    • Tim242

      You are a silly fail. We like leaks around here.

      • Steve B

        We live for leaks around here :)

      • chris420o

        i wasnt mad about the leak lol i enjoy leaks why u think im on this site 20x a day at work…i hate work

    • John

      Maybe they leaked it on purpose.

  • Kargdar

    What if, and I’m just throwing this out there, but what if…. this is the nexus 4. I mean, think about it. Is next year’s phone going to be the nexus 6? What happens the year after that, the nexus 7 tab and the nexus 7 phone?

    Or, there’s a nexus 5 (which is this, because LG said, we’re not making a nexus 4), because it’s 5 inches. Leaving moto with an opening to make a new nexus 4. MIND BLOWN, amirite?

    • Tim242

      The Nexus 4 got its name from gen number, not its almost 5″ display. They rotate between names, and gen number.

      • Skittlez

        they rotate? there has only been 2 “gen numbered” nexus, and they were the first one and the most recent one. you can’t even make the claim that they’re gen numbered now unless the next one comes out and it’s a nexus 5. i think they’re gonna stick to the screen size thing and call this the new nexus 4

        • Tim242

          Not one single phone in history has been named by display size. However, there are tons of tablets named by display size. Phones and tablets are two different categories. Phones are named by gen number or name, tablets are named by display size most of the time.

          • Skittlez

            so because other people do it, someone else can’t do something new? i just don’t see why people think it has to be the same as everyone else. we really don’t know yet. technically, one can argue that the Nexus One was named that because it was the first nexus. Then there was the Nexus S, maybe because Nexus made my Samsung, but it definitely wasn’t made by HTC, so it was a completely different phone. Then there was the galaxy Nexus. No number there. Then when they brought the tablets in, the nexus 7 is a 7 inch, nexus 10 is a 10 inch, and the nexus 4 is just over 4 inches. so we really don’t know yet. everyone else that does the generation number, is under the same brand (ex. samsung galaxy line, iPhone line). but the nexus line has had 4 different phones from 3 different manufacturers. Before we start defending our views like we know we’re right, maybe we should just wait til this phone is released, since there are several inconsistencies and possible coincidences. agreed?

          • Tim242

            The Nexus 4 is not just over 4″…it is just under 5″. Wouldn’t you think that being the 4th Nexus makes more sense as the namesake, rather than rounding 4.7 down to 4? The original name for the Nexus 4 was Optimus Nexus. They at the last minute changed the name to Nexus 4, it was indeed the 4th Nexus. Obviously they can’t continue gen numbering. Who knows how they will handle it. Some of you that think they named the Nexus 4 by display size have this notion that there will be a new Nexus 4, and a Nexus 5. That makes zero sense as well. We won’t really know how they will continue to name Nexus phones for another year, if they call this Nexus 5. It will be the 5th gen, and a 5″ display. Maybe they will keep the display at 5″ and call it Nexus 5 from now on…who knows.

          • Skittlez

            exactly my point, so why can’t the nexus 4 be called that because it’s in the 4 inch range. 4.7 can be rounded up to 5, but it’s not 5 inches, so then it would just be false advertising if they said “it’s called the nexus 5 because of it’s 5 inch display. and no, us people that think the nexus 4 was possibly named for it’s display size, don’t ALL think there is a second 5 inch phone on the way. i know it’s one device, but we don’t know anything other than certain internals and specs and what the back looks like. hell, that might not even be the finalized one. lets just wait and see.

  • morgan boyle

    Verizon, Hello! im talking to you. Gives us a damn Nexus phone once every two years at least. WTF is wrong with you!

    • Ian

      They can’t if the device hardware wont support them.

      • Skittlez

        because they won’t allow it on their network

  • Joshua Bailey

    Frickin’ awesome. Love the design. Uniformed and refined.

  • Jeff

    If it’s about the same size as a Nexus 4, that makes me happy since I don’t want a large phone. I was really thinking about getting a Moto X which I really like from what I’ve seen, but I’d have to pay way too much for the 32gb version, especially if I wanted it unlocked. Really hoping this phone doesn’t just have 16gb of storage.

  • jaybar

    (via Engadget) http://f.cl.ly/items/3r3q2e2t2O3Y0a1t2u42/image.png
    It seems like a relatively short phone…

    • Tim242

      So, a 5″ display with on screen buttons, making it a 4.7″ display. Pass on that.

      • Jeff

        Eh, 4.7″ is more than enough screen for me, and I greatly prefer on screen buttons to the alternative.

        • Tim242

          You greatlybprefer on screen buttons? Why? They provide no benefitwhatsoever, and eat into ddisplay space.

          • jaybar

            that’s how Android is supposed to be, and are you really missing that relatively small amount of screen

          • Tim242

            That’s not how Android is supposed to be. It’s a pointless wasteof display space . If I buy a phone with a 5″ display, I don’t want huge buttons shrinking it to 4.7?”.

          • acras

            Yes it is how android is supposed to be , Google spec since the GNex , along with no sd card . There were stories about Googles decision back when people were complaining about the on screen buttons on the GNex

          • Tim242

            Android isn’t supposed to be anything in particular. That’s why it is open source. Unlike some, I don’t believe every decision by Google is THE WAY. Google also intended you to use their launcher, with the annoying persistent search bar. That doesn’t do it for me. Why do you think so many people use Nova? Following your logic, we should all use what Google provides, and nothing else. No, thanks

          • acras

            Android isn’t supposed to be anything in particular ? so it’s not supposed to be open?
            You are confusing the operating system with hardware specs .Google ,as provided on Nexus devices , DOES have specs , clearly evidenced by the fact that there are on screen buttons and no sd card on the GNex , N4 , and from the looks of it , the next Nexus. Google prefers on screen buttons and stated that they would like to see devices go that way back around the release of the GNex . Notice they haven’t forced any manufacturers to comply with their concept , but the Nexus is theirs , so they can spec it how they want.
            “Follow my logic” ? I didn’t say modifying the software is against the concept of the Nexus program ,or Android I said that Google has specs for the phones that they commission manufacturers to build . You think the two are interchangeable ? give Google a call and ask for a phone with a 3.5″ screen , physical buttons , an SD card slot , 5000mah battery and ubuntu dual boot .

          • LionStone

            If I buy a phone with any size screen, I don’t want a physical iButton at the bottom… talk about a waste :-)

          • Tim242

            The home button on the S4 sit beautifully in the tiny bezel. It’s not wasting anything. To me, phones with nothing on the bottom bezel look odd. The top has the speaker grill, the bottom looks naked without something there.

          • LionStone

            That’s cool little broham, to me it just seems redundant and unneccesary if there’s already a power/wake button.

          • Tim242

            To wakevthe phone with the power button, you have to grip the phone with your entire hand, then press. With the home button, a one finger press does the trick

          • BobbyG

            and they disappear when they arent needed

          • Tim242

            They only disappear in SOME video apps. They are there in every other app, email, browser included.

          • acras

            Thats either because the app developer has chosen to leave them on screen , doesn’t know how to hide them , or your settings are keeping them from being hidden . They can disappear , leaving a larger srceen size with a smaller chassis than one with hardware buttons

          • Tim242

            The S4 has hardware buttons, and a MUCH SMALLER bezel than any phone with on screen buttons. Why worry with buttons disappearing, when you can have them there all the time, and still have the while screen? On screen buttons just serve no purpose, and causes inconsistencies with apps.

          • a3uge

            Because without on-screen buttons you get the awkward HTC-One extra menu button. The on-screen buttons are better for apps that haven’t updated the deprecated menu-button style. These buttons are consistent with the HOLO guidelines, while the S4 buttons are not. Talk about inconsistencies. I’m not sure what other inconsistencies you are talking about that are produced from on-screen buttons. On-screen buttons are also better for landscape mode because they orient to face you and are always on the right side regardless of which way you flipped the phone. Seems pretty consistent to me. I had the S1 with on screen buttons and switched to a Galaxy Nexus and it’s totally won me over. The feedback is much better with on-screen buttons, so it’s completely worth the cm or whatever that you would gain from jamming hardware buttons on the phone. In the future, I would imagine the bottom bezel is going to be completely non-existent on Nexus devices.

          • Tim242

            The S4 has a menu button, so no menu bar needed. If you turn the button lights off, you only see the home button. So when you hit the menu or back, it’s the same as being on screen. The inconsistencies from on screen buttons mainly stem from most apps not making them disappear. Even if they did, you have to tap twice to go back, or for home. That’s less intuitive. I’m just glad Samsung does it the way they do.

          • a3uge

            Android deprecated the menu button all-together all the way back in Honeycomb. See: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/menus.html Samsung is, in effect, violating Android’s design principles. They’re the ones whom are making Android inconsistent. A dedicated menu button is VERY context sensitive and isn’t applicable in all situations. If Android created physical buttons with the dedicated menu button, they would essentially be violating their own design standards.

            The dedicated menu button also pushed inconsistent designs after press. Instead of an options menu on an action bar that looks relatively the same from app to app, you’d get developers that would bring up different looking modal popups, menu bars, etc after the menu button press. The menu button is also disjoint from an action bar on top that would have the most common actions (in an icon) with some more hidden options in the options icon. If a dedicated menu button was standard, the most common action options would be buried in a hard button, or in a completely different location on the screen. Concentrating your actions on the top right is good design and it allows tablets to stay consistent when there’s more space available by placing some of the hidden action items into their own icon on the action bar.

          • Tim242

            The 3 dots (action bar) is a glorified menu button. In the apps that utilize the 3 dots, the menu button does the EXACT same thing. That is consistency at its best.

          • a3uge

            They literally call this thing the ‘actions overflow button’. The action bar is FOR actions. You have a breadcrumb back action (top left, icon with arrow facing left) or your slideout menu if you’re on the top parent level of the app. Then you have the screen you are one or your app name. Then you have your most common actions (as icons). For gmail, it’s a compose icon and a search icon. In YouTube it’s just a search icon. THEN you have an overflow button (the three dot icon). Why would you all of the sudden have the rest of your actions in a hardware button on the bottom right of the screen? If you click this three dot button, you get a popup menu with other actions that looks the same from app to app. It’s scroll-able, plain text, simple. When you click the hardware button, what do you expect to see? You get action items revealed from the bottom in big ugly blocks.

            One thing I forgot to mention is the existence of a unresponsive menu button is extremely common. While this is a problem exists on nexus devices that create the menu button for outdated apps, it wouldn’t be a problem if the menu button didn’t keep perpetuating. You end up with a button looks like you can click it, but doesn’t really do anything. This is horrible UI and using action bars instead of a dedicated button helps prevent this.

          • Tim242

            You are incorrect about the menu button. In an app that would normally have the 3 dots, the menu button brings up the exact same thing as the overflow…same look and all. I’ve used both simultaneously.

          • JMonkeYJ

            the G2 does have smaller bezels than the S4 (check out http://cdn.gsmarena.com/vv/newsimg/13/08/lg-g2-s4/gsmarena_001.jpg ). and if the specs are to be believed, the Nexus will have even smaller bezels!

            this looks like it will be the closest ever to my dream phone where the entire front is an LCD. i’m very excited to see how it turns out!

          • Tim242

            And as you see, the G2 had to be a bigger device to account for smaller bezels. That being said, I consider on screen buttons to be bezel, as they are unusable display space in 99.9999% of apps.

          • Skittlez

            lol well then. we all should consider it a bezel if you do. just stop dude.

          • JMonkeYJ

            i see looking closer that the Nexus has a smaller screen than the G2…4.96″ vs 5.2″. what does it all mean??!? is that already removing the space for on-screen buttons? it seems odd they would use a different panel on the Nexus.

          • acras

            Your opinion is that they serve no purpose , I prefer not having hardware buttons , and the on screen buttons get out of my way when I want them to. As to the MUCH SMALLER bezel , which phone are you comparing it to that has on screen buttons? The G2? If Samsung moved away from having hardware buttons , do you think they couldn’t increase the screen size in the same form factor?

          • Tim242

            The G2 has a slightly smaller top bezel, but it’s not achieved without the phone size being longer, wider, and thicker than the S4. Look at the Nexus and Moto phones…on screen buttons and huge bezels. The Moto X is slightly better

          • acras

            So are you saying that a phone with on screen buttons HAS to have a larger bezel than one with hardware buttons? Design choice from the manufacturers is the limiting factor , not hardware or technology. I know my opinion doesn’t shape any companies strategy , so I hunt for what fits my needs/desires. I’ve enjoyed the Gnex , don’t want hardware buttons, held off on the n4 because of the glass back and haven’t bought a Note2 or s4 because of the button. That doesn’t mean those things provide no benefit.

          • Skittlez

            oh the humanity!!!

          • Tim242

            Well, that means that most of the time, on screen buttons are just bezel. I don’t like huge bezels.

          • Skittlez

            it’s not a bezel though. when i watch a youtube video, or watch netflix, they go away.

          • Tim242

            Yeah, and the other 99.9999% of apps you use, it is bezel.

          • Skittlez

            from the looks of it, it’s actually digital and part of the display. ain’t a bezel bruh. just cause you don’t like it, doesn’t mean you need to convince people not to.

          • Steve B

            Tim please stop ;)

          • Skittlez

            with rooting, you can change the layout, color, hell, you could even have them disappear and have them reappear with a swipe up. some people prefer it. relax

          • Tim242

            I can do all of what you just said with a rooted S4 as well, and have a smaller bezel.

          • Skittlez

            you can change the layout of your hardware buttons?

          • Tim242

            You can disable the hardware buttons, enable software buttons, and still have a tiny bezel.

          • Skittlez

            then you just have a set of buttons that are there for no reason. sounds impractical to me. some of us like the on screen buttons. leave us alone

          • Tim242

            No, you just have one button, not a set of buttons. The two capacitive buttons are hidden in the bezel.

          • Skittlez

            but you were just talking about software buttons. those aren’t buttons. those are in the screen. there are no buttons. i like my phones with no buttons. looks better. way better. having a button is so lame and takes up possible screen real estate. S4 is probably the stupidest phone ever made because it has buttons. they could’ve made the screen that much bigger.

            Edit: this is what you sound like, but bashing the on screen buttons

          • Tim242

            Making the screen bigger does no good if buttons are going to be using it. As far as Nexus naming, you crack me up. You say that calling it Nexus 5 would’ve been false advertising, but you think it sounds OK to under advertise it. I mean really…4″ RANGE? No manufacturer has ever named a phone by display size, and you think they’d name by range? LoL. You people get a silly idea in your head and lose all logical thinking.

          • Skittlez

            this is called opinion. all of it.

          • Skittlez

            why is it such a silly idea? it’s the name of a phone! who cares what it’s called. you’re the one calling people silly over having an opinion. who cares what it’s called, if i’m right or you’re right?

          • Tim242

            HW many buttons do you see?

          • Skittlez

            1 button and 2 capacitive sensors. so why are you calling them on screen buttons? there are no buttons. i like no buttons on my device. i only called them buttons cause you called on screen buttons, buttons.

          • Tim242

            No, you see just the home button. You do not see the capacitive. I don’t have on screen buttons enabled
            I was showing you that if I did, the home button is the only b
            off screen button you’d see.

          • Skittlez

            lol it doesn’t matter what you see. they’re still there. i don’t want ANY buttons

    • Anthony Bottari

      wait that says CDMA…is there hope for VZW ?

      • Skittlez

        read the article

  • panicswhenubered

    This is potentially the event that will make me dump Verizon.

    • Skittlez

      yea. this will be the last straw. they’re gonna kick us all off Unlimited eventually anyway. might as well get this over with and go to t-mobile

  • MKader17

    Seriously, no one else is talking about the fact that this device has self aligning magnets for wireless charging??? That and the child STRONGLY resembles Palms old design which was the best wireless charging design to date???

  • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

    Wouldn’t this phone have had to already been passed through the FCC before it was even produced?

    • mec

      they can grant limited development licenses, with out full certification. for example… they may be restricted to using the device only on google’s campus in mountain view. or to the general region surrounding campus to get real world testing.

    • Skittlez

      i always thought it only had to go through FCC before being sold to consumers. if it’s their creation, there shouldn’t be an issue.

  • Cody Revels

    Can’t leave Vzw here. Only carriers in this area are Vzw and At&t and the latter is pretty satisfactory except they have no service in my house. A 1/4 mile away the service is ok but absolutely nothing at my house. :/
    I hope this Nexus comes to Verizon.

  • chris420o

    I’m beginning to dislike Googles continued snubbing of Verizon…i mean blah blah verizons fault gnex blah blah…but if they just pump out a cdma/lte version to play store and keep it open then we can all bag one up n activate it….this is just straight bs…guess a moto maker moto x come nov is what ill be getting as my next phone since we aint ever getting a stock android device again

    • Steve B

      I’m glad they’re snubbing Verizon. Verizon is a greedy, overpriced corporation and they’re full of a**holes. Unlocked phones are the only way to go.

    • acras

      They can’t keep it totally open on Verizon , thats why Google doesn’t do that. Verizon won’t allow any updates to come to phones on their network without sticking their hands in the mix. If they can’t slap 3 or 4 apps that they know you really want on the phone first then it won’t get updated . Google still wants the Nexus to be first to get updates on any carrier it runs on , not 3 months after the latest comes out

  • chris420o

    no…..verizon….support

  • yummy

    Well hello next phone

  • Don Goncalves

    Cmon… no signs of support on Verizon.

    • Tim242

      Ron said to tell you that the iPhone 5S will be supported on Verizon. He highly recommends it : )

      • Don Goncalves

        Well then!

  • craig9999

    If you look at the dimensions of this new d820 device 131.9 x 68.2 its actually overall smaller than the nexus 4. No way can that picture be the same device as listed by the fcc

    • Fresh360

      I think Google is secretly run by Trolls, the incosistencies of these “leaks” are too consistent to be random.

  • Keith0606

    if this is real, adios verizon, hello AT&T

  • ROB

    Sure looks like a Motorola phone to me.

  • phathands

    Poor form cutting the hot girl out of the pic

  • Turb0wned

    Am I the only one pretty upset that its another LG? I mean I knew it was coming but damn….

    • Skittlez

      the nexus 4 is still the best android experience to date, i think. i loved using it. everything was perfect. Nexus are the only LG phones i would own though. their UI is hideous.

  • jaybar

    It’s just…too big.

    • Tim242

      Go get an iPhone. Ron approves.

    • Larry LULZ

      So I guess you’ve never held anything in your hand bigger than 4 inches, huh?

      • chris420o

        fail

    • chris420o

      4.7 is sweet spot…anything bigger is absolutly stupid…for stupid people…who have to overcompensate for something

      • Tim242

        So, you have a small TV, right?

        • chris420o

          sigh…what a bad comparison…do i carry around a tv in my pocket? or does it stay mounted in my room…where i watch it

          • Tim242

            Dude, I had a Note 2. It fit in my pockets with room to spare. It actually moved around. I’m talking 28 waist slim boot cut jeans. The S4 with its 5″ display is the same size, or smaller than devices with 4.7″ displays. So, saying you won’t go over 4.7″ is a bit silly. If this is the Nexus, it is a 5″ display, in a slightly smaller body than the Nexus 4. Nexus devices always have huge bezels, despite the on screen buttons. I asked about your TV size because of your comment about compensating for something. One could say people with 42″+ TV’s are trying to compensate for something…and it would sound just as dumb as you saying that about phones. So, whether you carry it around is irrelevant to my point.

      • forestgump

        your comment is just rediculous, and it makes YOU look stupid. so quit calling others stupid. your opinion is not fact.

        • chris420o

          Actually no i am speaking fact not opinion… It is a fact people look stupid lugging around n using their notes and other over sized phones… Doesnt mean people arent gonna do it…like google glass its a fact you’ll look stupid wearing it…doesnt make it not a cool thing to use

  • Andrew

    Ugh Verizon :-(. If the Note 3 comes all locked up, I am SOL.

    • Tylar Overturf

      It will for sure.

      • Tim242

        LOKI

    • Tim242

      It will get LOKI

    • DanSan

      oh you’re screwed on the Note 3. after everything with the S3 and now the S4, there is no way you’re getting into the N3. they will have closed every single hole possible

  • StuckOnVerizonForever

    saw this

    So, I suspect the specs will be:

    Model number: LG-D820

    Battery: 2300 mAh LiPO

    CPU: Qualcomm snapdragon S800 (MSM8974A)

    Wifi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2.5/5.0 GHz

    BT: 4.0+LE

    Cellular:

    GSM: 850/900

    UMTS: 850/1700/1900

    CDMA: 850/1900

    LTE: 700/850 (V)/850 (XXVI)/1700/1900 (II)/1900 (XXV)/2600

    Wireless charging: QI (TI BQ5101x)

  • kashtrey

    Looks like it is a Nexus 5. http://www.anandtech.com/show/7283/potential-nexus-5-fcc-disclosure-reappears-lgd820

    5 inch (4.96″) “confirmed”
    2300 mah Battery though

  • StuckOnVerizonForever

    Wait…..Key lime pie was supposed to be a complete overhaul. 4.4 is probably a hoax or just a small update like 4.3 and KLP will debut on the Nexus 5

    • Tim242

      4.4 is KitKat

    • Skittlez

      i would assume that changing OS versions doesn’t necessarily require big number updates. 4.0>4.1 looked almost identical with the google search bark becoming a translucent white, and had project butter