Coming to Sprint. pic.twitter.com/dzxgIzBPXG
— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 29, 2013
It feels like we can't go a day without a new Nexus 5 leak, and today is no different. Frequent leaker @evleaks has taken to Twitter today to post another image of the still-unannounced-but-might-as-well-be-official Nexus 5. This latest shot shows the device from its left side, giving us a clear look at its volume rocker.
A new product shot of the Nexus 5 is all well and good, but there's also a tidbit of information attached to the image that is even more interesting. According to @evleaks, the Nexus 5 will be making its way to Sprint. No other details were mentioned. However, it's worth noting that an FCC filing for the LG-D820 (a device that looks quite a bit like the Nexus 5) mentioned that the device supported LTE bands 25, 26 and 41, which just so happen to be the ones preferred by Sprint.
Sprint has released both the Nexus S 4G and Galaxy Nexus in the past, so it's not like a Sprint-flavored Nexus 5 is out of the realm of possibility. First we need Google and LG to actually announce the thing, though. Exactly when that'll happen is still a mystery, but a recent leak suggested that an introduction or launch could be going down on Nov. 1, so it may not be long before the leaks come to an end and we can actually get our hands on the new Nexus.