There is a lot of speculation about the next Google Nexus 5, will it be a completely new phone or will it be an upgrade of the Nexus4. Considering that Google just released the update of its Nexus 7 small tablet, the Nexus 7.2, the upgrade concept seems quite possible and that might not be such a bad thing. The Nexus 7.2 is a brilliant little table. The Nexus 4 was a great phone, its specifications were pretty good, nice form factor and feel and it was super cheap for a flagship device.
This October is expected to see the release of the latest version of the most dominant OS for smartphones in the world, Android. The 5.0 Key Lime Pie is expected to be a game changer in that it will be optimised so that it can also be run on devices that have been using much older systems, 2.3 Gingerbread and 512 RAM. It is expected to have many new features and be something truly amazing on the high end phones.
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Said to be the last word in smartphone technology the LG G2 smartphone has been released. It has some pretty impressive specifications and is supposed to be LG’s answer to the Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5 LG seems to have given a lot of thought to ergonomic design, instead to having the power and volume buttons on the side, they have it on the back – LG believes that this is a better position on larger phones since the index finger is generally on the back of the phone.
LG G2 Vs Google Nexus 5
Both of the phones will be using Qualcomm’s quad core Snapdragon 800 processor. The LG G2 though will have a dedicated graphics RAM which should help with battery life as well. The LG G2 will have a 5.2 inch screen while the Google Nexus 5 will have a 5 inch one, both will be fully HD compatible. While both phones will run Android operating systems the LG G2 is using the 4.2 version while the Google Nexus 5 is expected with 4.3 at the very least. Google might also decide to release the phone with it upcoming Android 5.0 Lime Key Pie.
The big question remaining is when Google will actually release the Nexus 5 – some believe later on this year while some insist that it won’t come before 2014.