There is a slice of Key Lime Pie with antennae that appear to be the debugging icon. Though we now know that Android 4.4 is< a href="http://ausdroid.net/2013/09/04/google-announces-android-4-4-will-be-kitkat/"> officially named KitKat, developers within Google have always called this edition of Android Key Lime Pie. The bottom navigation bar is black, not the hoped for translucent effect.
Further, log files show a Full HD 1080 x 1920 screen at 443 dots per inch. This calculates as a 4.97 inch screen, which ties in with rumours that the Nexus 5 will have a slightly less than 5 inch Full HD display (although we’re willing to call 4.97 “5”):
Confirmation that it is made by LG Electronics, and that it’s officially called Nexus 5:
Wireless charging, which is becoming a standard on Nexus devices, is present:
If these leaked log files are true, then the Nexus 5 will also have a multitude of sensors, including accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, barometer, gravity, orientation, proximity and light sensor:
It is anticipated that Google will announce the Nexus 5 on the 14th October, for release in early to mid November.
Will you be buying a Nexus 5? What changes do you think Android 4.4 KitKat will bring?