By Jaime Rivera | September 4, 2013 5:36 AM
It’s always Google’s tradition to have a statue for every version of Android that they’ve launched, and yes, they also like to unveil these statues with a lot style. Now, one of the great things about this tradition is that it’s full of Google employees, and out of all the people there, some of them are most likely carrying devices that they still don’t want the world to know about. Such is the case of yesterday’s unveiling of the Android 4.4 KitKat statue, since it seems some people had some fun with a Nexus 5 smartphone that we have yet to see officially.
Yes, it’s hard to officially call this phone Nexus 5 if we don’t have official data yet, but our assumptions are mainly based on the probable screen size of this new device, along with the number correlation to the model that it plans to replace. It turns out that one of the Google employees that was filming the KitKat unveiling decided to pull his new Nexus smartphone with the name written vertically as we saw on the new Nexus 7. The photo is sadly a bit blurry, and the video is already private sadly, but we can almost see an LG logo bellow this device.
Google’s future Nexus smartphone should be unveiled in the next couple of weeks, so just stay tuned to how the company plans to make this device official very soon.