Here are a couple of interesting tidbits regarding the Nexus 5. The first news is simply some leaked logfiles of the Nexus 5 sporting Android 4.4 KitKat. Of course, the fact that it is running KitKat isn't surprising as we would expect no less. Still, it's always great to find these bread crumbs which eventually lead to the launch of a device. These leaked docs reveal a few things. The most interesting is about the display. The resolution will be1920 x 1080 on a 4.96-inch display. This matches previous intel from FCC documents, and means it should have a PPI somewhere around 443. The log files show an Android build number of Key Lime Pie KRS74H, and that it is running on Linux Kernel version 3.4.0.

We found another gem of insight regarding the next Nexus phone, but this one will need to be labeled a rumor for now. Supposedly, both the Nexus 5 and future Android 4.4 KitKat devices will support a nano-SIM card slot instead of the traditional mini-SIM. This intel is a bit on the sketchy side. It is coming from a disclaimer found on the website of a Ukrainian carrier called Life (yes with the smiley face). Their disclaimer includes the following statement,

it will gladly equip you with a nano SIM card for your “iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, Nexus 5 or Android 4.4 smartphone”. ~ PhoneArena
Now, there are two solid conclusions from this. Either the new Nexus 5 and any future Android 4.4 smartphone will be using nano-SIM slots, or it was a typo/mistake by the author who assumed that the SIM slots are the same from device to device. Of course, it's not outside the realm of possibility, especially considering Google's newest endeavor, the Moto X, uses a nano-SIM slot instead of the old school mini-SIM. Hopefully sometime soon in October we will know if these bread crumbs were truly tasty morsels or simply distracting detritus.

Source: Phandroid