The mystery over whether the Nexus 5 is made by LG or Motorola appears to have been solved by FCC approval documents. The documents refer to the handset as the LG ZNFD820, but all the signs point to this being the replacement for the Nexus 4, expected to be launched in the next month or so. Google recently slashed the price of the existing handset, with the 8GB model going out of stock for good.

It appears to match the video grab we caught earlier this week.

Engadget points out that the casing images appear to be an excellent match for the phone which Google apparently inadvertently included in the KitKat promo video that it swiftly withdrew. The specs also look likely for what we expect to be a significant upgrade to the Nexus 4 … 

The D820 also features 7-band LTE, some of which are compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint (bands 2/4/5/17/25/26/41), CDMA / EVDO rev A, pentaband DC-HSPA+ and quadband GSM / EDGE, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and dual-band 802.11 b/g/n/ac.

The documents reveal that the device is running firmware M8974A, which points to a Snapdragon 800 processor running KitKat (née KeyLimePie) (Android 4.4). Further digging by Anandtech‘s Brian Klug found that it has a 5-inch screen. Screengrabs below.

The firmware, suggesting a Snapdragon 800 processor

The firmware, suggesting a Snapdragon 800 processor

Dimensions

Dimensions

7-band LTE, making it compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint

7-band LTE, making it compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint