Smartphone casemaker SPIGEN has pointed out an unconfirmed launch date of the upcoming Google Nexus 5 smartphone. In fact, the company has made an Amazon listing of a case for the unannounced Nexus smartphone and points October 31 as its release date.
SPIGEN, which makes cases for iOS and Android devices alike, previously leaked a high-resolution photo of the iPhone 5C in addition to confirming its name.
This also happened in a similar Amazon listing, which leaves us hopeful that the release (or at least announcement) date of the upcoming Nexus smartphone could pan out to be true.
Not to mention the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 render that the company outed, too.
The Nexus 5, as the smartphone has been dubbed so far, made an appearance in the Android 4.4 KitKat promo video made by Google.
Since then, it has gone through a visit at the FCC, hinting it is close to an official status.
The FCC documents reveal the alleged Nexus 5 will feature a 4.96″ display, most probably of 1080p resolution. We guess if LG is indeed the next Nexus manufacturer, the specs of the device will be based on LG’s G2 – a Snapdragon 800 chipset and a 13MP camera. Rest assured Android 4.4 KitKat will ship with the smartphone as well. We still don’t know the details about the new features of this release, so we guess we’ll see these announced together with the smartphone.