The rear camera lens on the so-called Nexus 5 appears to be quite large.

Don't drink and beta test. A Google employee left what appears to be a Nexus 5 running Android 4.4 KitKat unattended at a bar where someone took a few photos and short videos. 

Not very much is known about this new Nexus device. After Google started selling stock Android versions of the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4, many experts were wondering if Google would ever bother to release its own smartphone again.

Now, it seems that a new LG-made Nexus is on the horizon. Some specs were spotted on a benchmark site, Google "accidentally" leaked the device in a promotional video for KitKat, and the Nexus 4 has been discontinued

If Google does release a Nexus 5, it will have to compete with the imaging optics of its stock Android competitors, like the 13-megapixel Galaxy S4 and 4-"ultrapixel" HTC One. Though still unconfirmed, rumors have been flying since March about the possible incorporation of Nikon imaging technology in the anticipated Nexus 5's camera. 

No matter what kind of camera the so-called Nexus 5 is packing, we will be here to report the specs and test the hardware.