We’ve seen so many leaked photos of the Nexus 5 over the past few weeks that we’ve lost count, but if you’re still not satisfied, a hands-on video with the device has popped up on YouTube. The latest Nexus 5 leak comes from an account with the name Kari Bena, and shows the rumored handset from every angle before giving a tour of the new Android 4.4 KitKat OS.
Over the course of the almost seven-minute video, we see the Nexus 5 run a number of apps, including Chrome, Calendar, Keep, Google Earth, YouTube and the camera. We also see four home screens full of other apps and folders, and an Info page that lists the device’s operating system as KeyLimePie – the original name for KitKat.
With rumors surfacing that the Nexus 5 could launch as soon as later this morning, we may have our hands on the device by this weekend. Google’s new smartphone is one of the most highly-anticipated and most-leaked devices we’ve ever seen, but it looks like the stock Android handset is finally about to hit the market.