The normal Google path in pushing out its Nexus devices strongly suggests of something huge at the start of the last quarter of 2013.That mean’s, Google will unwrap the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 10, the 2013 build, at the same time. Of course, to come with the formal announcement is the showcasing of the company’s new Android prodigy – KitKat. This candy bar namesake is the power behind the two vanilla Android devices. Another solid sign to support this assumption is the Google-Nestle promo that offers chances of getting Nexus gadgets for free plus significant Google Play Store credits.
This deal can be had by simply snapping up especially marked KitKat chocolate bars in early October at one of Australia’s biggest retail store, Woolworths. It is no secret that the new Android thrust will see Google collaborating with Nestle, which explains the misc-en-place activities attached with the tech giant’s release date plans for its Nexus gadgets.
As for the two Nexuses, Google has remained secretive about their details; their existence is all but confirmed. Earlier this year, the company affirmed that it is building a new Nexus 10 but it stopped short of providing more information, including its makers and the basic specs to be served. The Nexus 5, though, is being primed as Google’s answer to Samsung‘s high-end Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 and Apple’s iPhone 5S.
Release date for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 10 plus KitKat or Android 4.4 is likely to be known in October.