Nexus 5/KitKat leaks get the video treatment in 7-minute clip

Following the release of photos that purportedly show Google's soon-to-be-released flagship Nexus phone and the company's new mobile OS, we now have a nice long video to take in.

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We've had just about all the leaked photos we can handle of Google's yet-to-be-released Nexus flagship phone and Android 4.4 KitKat, thank you very much. (Or at least photos of gadgets that purportedly show the Nexus 5 and the new OS.)

Now, we think, a little video might be nice.

Well, it seems we're in luck. Hot on the heels of photo leaks featured on Italian tech site Tutto and on tech blog GadgetHelpLine, another exotic site, Club SFR Smartphones, is serving up a full 7 minutes of smartphone porn for our (and your) viewing pleasure.

Blog Android Police points out that the device seems to be a prototype and that the OS -- still labeled Key Lime Pie -- is "missing some elements we saw recently, like notification bar transparency in the launcher, the camera shortcut on the lock screen, the new dialer, app drawer, Search app icons, Google Photos (as opposed to Google+ Photos), etc."

Here's the vid for your own discerning eye:

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