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The LG D820/821 can still be Google's 2013 flagship

We first saw a suspicious smartphone with one of Google's employee, who seems to be taking snaps with the Nexus 7 like device in the video featuring Android's new version, 4.4 KitKat. Then came in reports and claims of an FCC filing leak, where we almost made the previously leaked next generation Google smartphone a reality, dubbed as LG D820, which could probably be the Nexus 5.

But with now longer delay, one of the reliable source claimed the FCC filing to be the CDMA variant of the South Korean's 2013 flagship, the LG G2, not the next Nexus 5. Where it also named the unit LG D821. 

And today, the same reliable source comes up with a sorry statement saying, "Happy to say it looks like I was wrong about the LG D820/821..." . So we still have our eyes of doubts set on the LG G820 or G821, whether it could be the next generation Google or LG manufactured smartphone.

Source: evleaks (Twitter)