The Nexus 5, currently vying with the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 for the worst-kept secret in tech, has been spotted yet again, this time in what may be our first glimpse at press shots.
Thanks to a set of snaps picked up by Mobile Syrup, we potentially have a look at the new Nexus phone in all its "buy me" glory.
The phone is clearly marked for Canadian telecom Telus, indicating that yes, Google and LG's next collaboration will make it to carriers and not just retail on Google Play.
Observers will also notice a new set of icons on the Nexus 5's homescreen. Android Police has it that this is a new launcher called Google Experience that will arrive with Android 4.4 KitKat. Not only is there a bubble where users can access things like Gmail, Google+ and Maps (according to the Telus leak), but also transparent navigation and menu bars are supposedly part of the Experience package.
As for how this leak compares to others we've seen, it's actually freakishly close in some regards.
The camera icon, for one, is reminiscent of an icon spotted in another Android 4.4-on-a-Nexus-5 leak from last week. The icons aren't identical, but do look cut from the same design cloth.
The phone icon does match the icon spotted in the earlier leak.
Unlike the other leak, the Telus' image has Hangouts replacing Messenger as one of defaults in the homepage dock.