Earlier this morning it was an unboxing image out of Ireland and now it looks like we have a Nexus 5 sighting coming out of Taiwan. This latest doesn’t appear to be a final model, but instead an earlier prototype model.
Still no official word from Google, however judging from the recent rash of retail inventory leaks, it looks like the prep work is being done for a soon to be launch. Rumor has it that Google will be announcing the Nexus 5 along
KitKat, in their ever-evolving attempt to drive Android fans into sheer madness, have released a video today. This video depicts two Androids, one of which is a magician, and teases the other with his tricks. Sound familiar?
October is almost all but over and still no sign nor shadow of Android 4.4 or its accompanying Nexus 5 smartphone. Whatever the date that Google has truly chosen to unleash its latest products, it seems that Israel will be
First Google VP Vic Gundotra teases us by admitting he has a rare form of insomnia, dragging Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai into the conversation. Then we get a myriad of leaks regarding pre-orders and availability. Now
Earlier today, we saw leaked info regarding the Nexus 5 being made available to some European markets. As the Nexus launch event draws near, it seems more and more sites are leaking the availability for their geography. Mobile
It seems clear the Nexus 5 leaks and rumors are not going to stop until we have an official announcement. Google has yet to offer anything in terms of when we can expect the event to take place, however we have seen what is
Vic Gundotra posts fairly regularly on his Google+ page. Sometimes he even shares some images that reveal minor details of unannounced products. That one came last year when he shared images taken with a Nexus 10 tablet ahead of
Whether or not the Nexus 5 will have two different battery options is still debatable, but at least one person claims to have their hands on the 2300mAh option. It’s definitely a different battery than any LG we’ve ever seen,
With the Nexus 5 launch, a persistent rumor has been that we’d see a Nexus 4 with LTE accompanying it. While that makes little sense, the device has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG, lending credence to the rumor. Then again,