Why the Nexus 5 should advance touchless control

Will the new Nexus always have its ears open?

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The Android-gossip consensus is that we’ll see a Nexus 5 running Android 4.4 KitKat revealed on Tuesday, yet we’ve heard of no confirmation or official invites to any unveiling.

Whether the big debut of the next pure Google phone has been pushed back or not, there’s one killer feature I expect to see in the next Nexus that hasn’t been directly addressed by the multitude of leaks — the touchless control capability we’ve already come to know through Motorola’s Moto X and latest Droids.

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