Nexus 5 leaked again, reveals build, more Android 4.4 KitKat features

A bunch of new images and a walkthrough video reportedly showing the alleged Nexus 5 smartphone running the new iteration of Google's mobile operating system have surfaced on the Internet.
The new leaked live images reveal some of the new features of the Android 4.4 KitKat which include transparent notification and navigation bar; Google Photos and Hangouts replacing the conventional messaging and gallery apps respectively; a new camera launch icon is now seen sitting on the left corner of the display on the lockscreen; ability to add more homescreen panes; new wallpapers; Google Now to activate by saying 'Ok Google' from the homescreen and new boot animation reportedly borrowed from the Play Editions of Galaxy S4 and HTC One.

The latest leaked images were posted on TuttoAndroid and were first reported by Android Police.

Further a new walkthrough video featuring the alleged prototype of the Nexus 5 has also surfaced. The video has been posted by gn5 and shows some of the preloaded apps that were seen on previous versions of Android like Live wallpapers, Chrome, YouTube, calendar, among others. It also showcases the build of the Nexus 5, however, it is definitely an early build, or prototype, as there is no branding visible.

While the video also shows the storage of the device which has 16GB out of which only 12GB is user-accessible and the smartphone's about section that reveals Nexus 5 running Key Lime Pie. The leak is accompanied with the speculation that the Nexus 5 will feature a rubberised back, just like the prototype version shown. The video has been shot with phone supporting French language and not much could be deciphered.

As previously reported, Google is expected to unveil the next Nexus smartphone and Android 4.4 KitKat, the new iteration of Google's mobile operating system on October 15, as per a recent report.