Stop me if you've heard this one before: Some new images of the still-unannounced Nexus 5 have made their way online today. The stream of Nexus 5 leaks continues this afternoon thanks to the emergence of several photos that show off an actual device as well as some dummy units. The image you see above was purportedly snapped at an LG service center in Malaysia, and it clearly shows a Nexus 5-like device with on-screen navigation buttons and white status bar icons.
Meanwhile, a second shot has been posted to the Overclockers U.K. forum that shows that looks to be a Nexus 5 that's just been pulled from its cardboard shelter. The box itself looks fairly similar to the one used for the new Nexus 7.
Several other photos have made their way online that show off the back of the Nexus 5 or some dummy versions of the device. Just like the other photos, the units in these shots look fairly similar to all of the Nexus 5s that we've seen in the past, complete with vertical Nexus branding and a circular camera housing on the rear of the phone. This final batch of images can be found in the gallery at the bottom of this post.
Even though we're still waiting for Google and LG to officially introduce us to the Nexus 5, that announcement will really be more of a formality so that we can just buy the thing. The device has leaked more times than anyone can keep track of, and as a result, we've already got a pretty good idea of what its specs are. Thankfully, a recent leak suggested that we could see an announcement and/or launch on Nov. 1, so it may not be much longer before we can stop staring at blurry photos and start sinking our teeth into some KitKat goodness.