Indeed, the Google house has been teeming with activity over the past few days. Apparently, the top executives at Google are gearing up for a major device launch before this present week comes to an end. Yes, you have guessed it right, the product what we are talking about is the Nexus 5 which will be assembled by LG.
Proofs suggesting Nexus 5 to be released on 1st November
The best one on can be convinced that the LG-assembled Nexus 5 will be launched in the market by this weekend is the images of the device that have been willingly provided by several leakers from Asia. GBM selected a new bunch of something that appeared as a fully-functional and a powered on Android device, built by LG. This new device appeared the same like the pictures of Nexus 5 that were published previously. However, what is the most significant thing about the leaked images is the story that defines these images. The shots of Nexus 5 hint at the device’s NCC filing procedure. One blog site reported that the Taiwanese government agency that is in charge of the accreditation of electronic products has received the Nexus 5 for the suitable rankings and ratings before it is released on a wide scale.
The logic seems pretty reasonable. LG is an Asia based handset manufacturer and wants to distribute the new device not just in the U.S. markets but also in those markets where it expects to sell the product in bulk volumes. Moreover, the recent leaked pictures complement the ones that were leaked in the past weeks. Some of the pictures have come from the Google stable itself.
Changes in Play Store
The Google Play Store is the first place where Google will be displaying the Nexus 5. In the past few days, the Play Store has undergone some minor but exciting modifications. The first modification is the order page for Nexus 5 which has been designed into a more optimal one. The navigation is also made hassle-free so prospective buyers can easily purchase the device. Some other modifications include updates for some applications, allegedly so that they can be effortlessly used on the new gadget.