Here it is folks; the next big thing. Yes, it’s the new LG-made Google Nexus 5, which is officially putting to bed all the rumors, leaks, and speculation on its design and specs. Available now at lucky retail shops as well as the Google Play Store, the Nexus 5 packs the latest and greatest version of Android – known as KitKat or 4.4 – running things behind the 5-inch, 1080p display. Inside, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU can be found along with either 16 or 32GB of storage. The Nexus 5 also comes with an Optical Image Stabilization, an 8MP camera, and – perhaps most excitingly – a wirelessly-charging 2300mAh battery. Prices in the U.S. will start at $349 and £295 in the UK with shipping available to several other countries. Helping you get things done better, the Nexus 5’s Caller ID can now search outside of your contact list and into the Google listings to help tell you who is calling. The phone also groups information – calls, texts, and MMS – by person instead of by type, so you can have a quick look at all contact with someone else. Even with all these features, we’re sure there’s even more goodies packed inside.