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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Nexus 5 release date news and expected features

Google LG Nexus 4 is Probably one of the best android smartphones in the market. With the amount of success and critical acclaim it has received, it is obvious that expectations are high regarding the next generation of Nexus-The Nexus 5. Nexus 4 launched around September last year and hence, its more or less time that we receive some news regarding the launch of Nexus 5. So what do we know?
Google I/O conference 2013 is scheduled for next month. The main highlight of the event would be the launch of Android Key Lime Pie 5.0. But as is the tradition, the taste of the new flavor of Android is first experienced by the next-gen Nexus devices. So, we expect to see the sights of Nexus 5 next month.

Here's what rumors say about the Nexus 5:
1) It is expected that LG might manufacture the Nexus 5 as well. If for some reason this doesn't work out, we might see HTC doing the honors.

2) A full 1080p display is surely on the Specification sheet.

3) Nexus 5 will have Tegra 4 processor. Further details about the processor are hard to predict.

4) Software of the phone is no-brainer to guess. It would surely come out of the box with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

5) Some sort of gesture based UI might also be present since Android 5.0 is rumored to have built-in support for gesture control.

6) We may be looking at $300 for the 16GB and $350 for the 32GB Nexus 5.

So are you excited about the Nexus 5? Will you be picking one this summer? Comment below to let us know.

3 comments:

  1. I would love to buy it the day it comes out. Nexus products rock. The best thing is the price, unlocked and not crap installed on them.

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  2. Have a Nexus4 in New Zealand and its a great phone. Just a shame cannot buy a charging orb and genuine bumper for it in my country. People give Apple shit but at least they distribute their full range of products properly.

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  3. Well, I agree that Apple is really the best when it comes to distribution of products. Google on the other hand lags far behind in this case.

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