We heard rumors it will come to Verizon as the Droid Incredible X, but also that it will be a part of Google's new Nexus program that pitches one hero device from each major manufacturer, and it will be called the Nexus 5 in that case. It also leaked in benchmarks with the internal codenames HTC 6435LVW and DLX, so take your pick.
In any case, the device is supposed to flaunt a 5-incher with incredible 440ppi pixel density. Both LG and Sharp have demonstrated such screens for mobile devices, so it could be any of those two providing the panel. Sharp seems to have already started mass production, so our bets are on its panel for now. The HTC Incredible X/Nexus 5 is said to sport the quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro, whose graphics are taking the mobile cake and eating it, 1.5 GB of RAM, and 2500 mAh sealed battery, which sounds a bit wimpy for a 440ppi screen, yet it might be done with Sharp's new process, so it could be as frugal as lesser displays.
This device, marked as the HTC 6435LVW, recently passed GCF certification with bands that scream an LTE device, and it should have those, if it is to appear on Verizon soon.