As news about the imminent launch of Google Nexus 5 picks up, the big question is, what will be the price of this new smartphone? While little is known about the new Google Nexus phone, it’s expected to be a smarter and more enhanced version.
The Google Nexus 5 is expected to work on the tasty Android 4.4. However, there’s little more known than that. The Google Nexus 4 was not well accepted in the market. However, with Google Nexus 5 features expected to overcome the previous version, we’re set up for some hope. What with the lack of a really good smartphone in the market, at a really good price, would Google Nexus 5 give us hope to cheer?
The iPhone 5s might have released at a cheaper price. However, the iPhone 5s features do not meet up to it. Moreso, the shadow of poor performance of iPhone 5 has shoddily reflected on the successor.
However, recent Google Nexus 5 leaks show that this phone is going to be better than before. Working on Android, this phone looks like it has a soft touch coating at the back. The logo seems more enhanced and the shape of the new phone looks suitably enhanced.
However, the sealed battery that we saw in Nexus 4 is likely to continue. This smells a little fishy and we hope it doesn’t affect the way the new Google Nexus 5 functions.
It’s evident that to fight competition against Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, Google will have to keep the price of its new phone really attractive. The nexus 5 screen is likely to smaller than both of them. There’s also the battery life that people will test it for.… Read the rest
As per the latest speculation going around in the rumor mill, Google is in plans to unveil its upcoming Nexus 5 in October, almost a year after Nexus 4. Apparently, Google is also planning to unveil the forthcoming Android 5.0 software.
Interestingly, Google Play Store has stopped the sale of white version of the Nexus 4, where it’s listed as “no longer available for sale”.
As per speculations, the Nexus 5 will hold a 5-inch full-HD (1920 x 1080) display with pixel density of 440ppi. Expected to sport NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, the smartphone will house 2GB of RAM with 8/16GB of internal storage. Along with a 13-megapixel auto-focus rear camera with LED flash, the Nexus 5 will sport a 3-megapixel camera at the front.
Other rumoured specs include Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 with 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal memory choices.
The Nexus 5 might also house a 3300mAh Li-polymer battery.
The smartphone will make a good buy considering all its high-end specifications and features. It’s hoped to roll out in direct competition with Samsung Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5. Running Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, the Nexus 5 will make a good buy.… Read the rest
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.
How you caught the buzz about this new found love of the rumor mills? Google’s latest baby, the Nexus 5 is making waves– and in more ways than one. If the latest tips on the smart phone are to be believed, then we can look forward to a highly compact model and a smaller version than its predecessor, the Nexus 4.
Bucking the trend for a larger screen size in 2013, this smart phone is sticking to its standard 4.5-inch 720p display. According to inputs from Phone Arena, the IPS screen boasted by the Nexus 5 will take up about 88 percent of the anterior portion of the phone.
This would effectively mean a narrow bezel for the phone. Some of the best features to look forward to in this phone are it compactness, great camera and long battery life.
Earlier reports about the Nexus 5 had pointed to a 5.2-inch OLED screen with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution, a 3300mAh battery, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 clocked at 2.3 GHz and a 16-megapixel camera. However, the recent reports are pointing towards a 4.5-inch 720 p screen, 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, a 9-megapixel CCD camera and 2800mAh battery.
The Nexus 5 is expected to be codenamed “Megalodon” and will come packaged with a smart camera from Nikon. We can just wait and watch, as further inputs regarding its date of launch, price and how will it fair against Samsung galaxy S4 in the due course of time.… Read the rest