With the expected launch of the LG G2 in August 2013, Google is likely to pre-pone the release date of Nexus 5 from October 2013. Google’s earlier date for release of Nexus 5 was earlier somewhere in the month of October 2013, but BGR News has notified that LG has announced the distribution of G2 in South Korean market in the month of August. However, the other markets like UK, Australia and US will get the supply of G2 in the weeks ahead.
This early release of G2 has forced the Google to introduce Nexus 5 ahead of time because the giant want its new phone to capture the smartphone market with the newly introduced Key Lime Pie or Android 5.0 OS.
So far both LG and Google have not broken their silence on the issue, but rumor mills are spreading the news that G2 is coming up with some killer features and specs like 5.5 inch screen with 1080p Full HD display, 2540mAH battery, 2 GB of RAM and backside touch controls. However, the android lovers have all expectations from the Key Lime Pie that is debuting with Google Nexus 5 along with the standard features as in LG G2. … Read the rest
The Samsung Galaxy S4, successor to the immensely successful Galaxy S3 has been doing very well. But there is new competition on the horizon with the Google Nexus 5. With the many option available in the market it’s clear that one must be smart when buying smartphones.
The Nexus 5 is rumoured to be released in this October. Both the Galaxy S4 and the Nexus 5 boast brilliant features making a choice difficult. Both have 5 inch displays. While the Galaxy S4 has a Quad core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 and quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A15 the Nexus 5 will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz paired with 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM. While the Galaxy S4 was released with the Android 4.2.2 platform it has the new 4.3 update available on OTA.
The Nexus 5 will probably be release with the latest 4.3 Android or maybe even the 5.0 Key Lime Pie! The Nexus 5 will probably come with internal storage of 16, 32 and 64GBs – the Galaxy S4 has the same and expandable memory up to 64 GBs. The Galaxy S4 has a 13 MP rear camera – Nexus 5 is rumoured to have the same. While the Galaxy S4 is quite pricey, the Nexus 5 is probably going to the same way as the previous model and be very competitively priced. It’s good to try and be smart while buying smartphones – except that the choices keep getting harder! rraueche Tran… Read the rest
Google is up to something. As per a new report, the Internet search giant is getting all prepared to launch certain new hardware devices. Read on to know what all is cooking.
Considering designing a video game console, Google is also working on a digital wristwatch that we hear will be made to be connected with a smartphone via Bluetooth. Following this, Google is working on a second version of its prodigal media player, touted as new Nexus Q.
On the contrary, Apple, we hear is also designing a smartwatch, codenamed iWatch. The Cupertino Calif.-based firm is also rumored to show keen interest in the gaming space.
Among all three, the Internet search giant is expected to roll out any one device by the fall.
Amidst the talk of latest hardware, Google is prepping up to uncover its next version of Android such as Key Lime Pie or Android 5.0. With this version of the operating system, Google aims to offer consumers the best user experience in lower end smartphones and devices, targeting developing countries. The Internet search giant is also slanting towards making low-cost handsets to broaden the reach of next generation wireless networks.
Firms including HP is speculated to be designing laptops, running Android 5.0.… Read the rest
Samsung is not new to have a upper hand as far as technology is concerned This is not mystery or hidden fact- the Galaxy S III has sealed Samsung’s rank as a giant in the Android world too. Now buzz from corners reveal that Google is all-so-worked up that Samsung is almost there to make a mark in history ! Why so, you ask? Samsung has got on to initiate Tizen-powered devices—perhaps a way to that it is done with Google for now.
Coming from another buzz mill partial to Google, we hear that Samsung is losing sleep over the later collaborating with Motorola on the Motorola X. With Key Lime Pie, the smarty is the first to be powered by Andriod5.0. Samsung wonders if Motorola could get latest specs and updates all too fast.
Moving away from the rumor mills, Patrick Pichette, CFO at Google dismisses any rift or conflict between Google and Samsung. He says that the former is in the least concerned with Samsung’s first-on revolutionary innovations and says that Google fosters a great relationship with each of its partners. Partners mean—Samsung included!… Read the rest