Rumored LG Nexus 5 FCC filing seems to match supposed leak on Google lawn

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There’s more proof to recommend that LG and Google are collaborating on the Nexus 5 phone due to freshly declassified Federal Communications Commission documents.

The FCC filing indicate a full-featured LG smartphone understood only by the codename of LG D820.

While this mysterious codename does not tip us off as whether it describes the Nexus 4 successor, it does cover many of the major bands in North America, a need to for basically any flagship mobile.

The documents list support for a 7-band LTE device compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint (bands 2/4/5 / 17/25/26 / 41), CDMA / EVDO rev A, pentaband DC-HSPA+ and quadband GSM / EDGE, according to Engadget.

Also on board are Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and dual-band 802.11 b/g/n / air conditioning, completing a well-connected smartphone that’d work with every major carrier band in the area other than Verizon’s LTE 750.

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More evidence

The files first appeared on the FCC website a month ago, however were pulled due to ‘confidentiality reasons,’ according to the blog S4Gru.

The website also discovered that the back plate found in the ‘D 820 Wireless Charging Situation’ declaring matches the unidentified Nexus gadget ‘leaked’ in the Android KitKat revealing video on Google’s campus.

It seems around the same size and shape, complete with a larger-than-normal camera hole.