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The Nexus 5 story is turning more and more bizarre with each passing day. Latest rumors suggest that the pictures which have been leaked are not the pictures of the Nexus 5. It is also rumored that the Nexus 5 or the Nexus 4 version two will be made by Motorola. Rumors pertaining to Motorola making the next generation Nexus devices have been floating around for some time now.
The rumor mills do not end there and there have been reports that the Nexus 5 will be made either by LG or Motorola. There are rumors that the LG G2 is going to form the model for at least one Nexus devices.
Rumors are emanating that the Nexus 5 will be sharing a number of features with the LG G2. The Nexus will boast a 5.2-inch display, quad-core processor and 13MP camera. The front and the back of the device will feature glass and the bezels have been kept very thin. Rumors also mention Motorola as the manufacturer of the device.
In the early hours today, a picture made rounds of the web and was supposedly that of the LG Nexus 5. However soon it was evident that it could be the LG Optimus L9 II though the similarities are very strong with the Nexus 5.
There are suggestions that Google could ask both LG and Motorola to make devices for it. The Nexus 5 or what is also known as Nexus 4 Version 2 will however have very little similarities with the Moto X which is scheduled to be released later this month.
It is possible that Motorola will not make the Nexus 5 as of now because it has its hands full with the launch of the Moto X which is going to be released by major carriers in the US. Nothing would have been better if it was possible for Google to get its Nexus 5 manufactured at is subsidiary, the Motorola plant. However pressing engagement must be forcing it to seek other manufacturers to make its devices.