Reports suggest Google Nexus 5 will be released on October 15.
Google Nexus 5 Features
The Nexus 5 is rumoured to come up with full HD screen of 1920 x 1080 pixels with a pixel density of 440ppi. It will sport a 13MP camera and a front facing camera of 3MP. The three main reasons why you should buy Nexus 5 this October are:
Price: Nexus 5 will be available at an exclusive cheap price which will attract a lot of purchasers. Last year, Nexus 4 was released at $299
High specs and features: As rumours say, Google Nexus 5 will feature high end specs and feature that will be similar to the functionality and features of Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5
Recent Android OS: Another alluring spec of the Google Nexus 5 is said to be the recent Android Operating system of the device. Analyst suggests that Nexus will run on the all-new Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
These are the top 3 reasons why you one should purchase the Google Nexus 5 at its release date on October 15. It will be a great option for purchase for all those who are looking for high -end spec gadget.
The launch date for Google Nexus 5 and the Nexus 10 tablet seems to have arrived. According to a recent rumor, the Google Nexus 5 launch should happen this month. The likely date is 30 October, when we are also expecting to see the Nexus 10 tablet.
Google Nexus 5, Nexus Tablet Features
The Nexus tablet and Google Nexus 5 are expected to run on the Android 4.4 KitKat. In fact, the new Google tablet is slated to have a wi-fi version, which makes the experience of using this tablet doubly fun. Photos of these new Nexus devices are floating on the web.
Fans are expecting a lot from the new Nexus 5 phone and Nexus tablet. The Nexus 5 phone should come with some high-end specifications. It’s expected to have a better camera and and Snapdragon 800 chipset. However, the LG Nexus 5 screen is likely to stay small at 5 inches.
Is It LG Or Samsung?
The Google Nexus 10 launch is expected to come with Samsung. This one should have a screen display of 10 inches with enhanced specifications compared to the Nexus 10.
Google is all set to launch its new device Google Nexus 5. And lately we have seen lot of renditions of the phone and it could be guessed that Nexus 5 would come with Andriod 4.4 KitKat version 7 band LTE. The most impressive feature of the phone is that it would be compatible with Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. So what would it mean for Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C?
Apple is all set to launch new versions of Apple iPhone. The rumors are that Apple iPhone 5C would be a cheaper version of iPhone where are Apple iPhone 5S would come equipped with a fingerprint scanner. On the other hand there is no such unique feature in Google Nexus 5. Also the higher version of Apple iPhone 5S, Apple iPhone 6 is rumored to be phablet with 6 inch screen. All the version of iPhones would come with iOS7.
What do you think Techthirstians would Google Nexus 5 be able to beat iOS 7 powered iPhones? Or would Google Nexus 5 forms its own league?
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.
The next Google Nexus device can be the new king of the smartphone market, especially if it undercuts the price of all the other flagship smartphone like it did with the Nexus 4.… Read the rest
The news of Nexus 6 has been in air when Taylor Wimberly that Motorola has been working on new Nexus device. The rumours has further given air to that Motorola is all set to launch Nexus 5 or Nexus 4 2nd gen fresh. Any of this release could be a possibility. However, along with Word Asus plans to produce Nexus 10 2nd gen refresh model, it is speculated that Motorola is working on the something entirely new and different, Nexus 6 Phablet
Rumours say that Samsung would be launching Nexus. The rumoured specs of Nexus 6 include: a .3 inches Super AMOLED Plus Full HD screen along with Exynos 5 Octaprocessor clocked at 1.8GHz with Mali- T628 MP GPU, probably with LITTLE technology, 3GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage along with microSDXC. The phablet will be served with a 13MP camera and a 2MP front camera with Full HD capture. The device features a decent batter of 3200mAh. It has been programmed to run on the Android version 4.3 Jelly Bean,
Motorola is another company that is making a move to launch Moto X in coordination with Google which will turn out to be Nexus 5. The 6 inches, Nexus Phablet will be designed by Motorola to offer an affordable Android option to devices like Note 3, Z Ultra and One Max. … Read the rest
Come November 2013 and we will witness the biggest clash of the smartphones. Yes, the two giants: Apple and Google are launching their new models sometime between October and November this year. The models are Apple iPhone 6 and Google Nexus 5. Both the phones are much anticipated models among the smartphone lovers and especially. However, it will be a war between the iOS and the Android.
As per the operating system is concerned, the only one that can give tough competition to the iPhone 6 is the Nexus 7 with its pure Android. So, for those loyal patrons of Android, Nexus 5 is the biggest and purest gift this year. Additionally, the Key Lime Pie update by Google seems to be the talk of the town, whereas Apple is expected to reveal the iOS 7.
So far there is now news regarding the hardware of Google Nexus 5, but it is speculated that this time the handset will be slimmer, light-weight with a larger display area. The processor is also expected to be faster with LTE and new chip as the additional features.
The same changes are thought to be seen in the iPhone 6 but there will be significant additions in the features like smart sensors, superb camera and fingerprint sensors.
Pricing is also wonderfully estimated for both the devices, so this time you need to only shell out lesser amount for the Nexus 5 and iPhone 6 on contract will be available at $199.
For many of us waiting feverishly for the Nexus 5 – which is yet to come out of the maze of rumors, leaks and speculations, the question that arises is, “Is Google not ready for the Nexus 5?”
Well, the much awaited device may be unveiled along with a whole array of products at the products at the Google I/O next week, scheduled to take place in San Francisco. But will that be a little too early than expected?
Market watchers have already witnessed the early launch of the Galaxy S4—which was forecasted as the “next big thing”; much before it was ready for release. The media circles are abuzz with complaints pouring in regarding the phone overheating and batteries draining out sooner than required. These complaints had also marred the launch of the Galaxy S3.This has taken place in spite of the fact that there are hundreds of new hardware components along with one Android OS (alongside Samsung’s Tizen OS).
Like its competitor Samsung, Google has also been working hard on numerous products and services. This is great news as we all love to be introduced to new products, updates, upgrades and services; but then we may have to go through more complaints and product faults ; a la Samsung S4.
With Google focusing much of its energy on its upcoming Google Glass—which is all set to revolutionize the contemporary mobile phone industry, there may be plenty of changes in the wings for privacy issues and gaming controls in the days to come. It remains to be seen whether Google’s Nexus 5 will follow the trend of doling out disappointment due to an early release or succeed in making new benchmarks in the world of telecommunication and smart phones.