Tagged: Nexus 5
ack in stock on the Play Store. The 16GB version, which was previously sold out, has quietly made its way back to the eSales floor. While the 32GB variant ships by the 26th of November, the 16GB option is a bit more coy about a delivery date.
Nexus 5 with a prepaid carrier can now look towards Ting. Ting is an MVNO style carrier known for their low-priced plans. In this case you pick what you need for minutes, messages and data individually with options for each ranging from XS to XXL. As for the Nexus 5 though, for now that would need to be purchased direct from the Google Play Store.
Nexus 5 are amongst the lucky few to be running Android 4.4 Kit Kat at the moment, however that doesn't seem to have stopped some from tinkering. With that in mind, we have already seen details about how work has begun on CyanogenMod 11, which is based on Kit Kat -- and now it looks like an unofficial release has been made available for the Nexus 5.
Nexus 5 launched on Halloween, as had been rumored. But while this latest Nexus smartphone has an appropriate name, both in regards to this being the fifth-generation and also because it follows the Nexus 4 -- LG apparently had something else in mind. Details coming from the Korean language Chosun bring talk of the Nexus G.
T-Mobile had already confirmed the availability and pricing details for the Nexus 5. At the time they had said online sales would begin on November 14th and retail availability would begin a bit later, on November 20th. Basically, those who had been waiting can now move forward with an online purchase.
battery percentage in the status bar, however it seems this may be something that arrives with a future update to Kit Kat. As it turns out, the battery percentage readout has been discovered hidden in Android 4.4, though, there are some quirks with the current implementation.
Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 Kit Kat on Halloween. Thanks to the frequent rumors and leaks, the actual launch came with little in terms of surprise. But nonetheless, it was nice to get confirmation on the specs and pricing. The launch went smooth, especially as compared to the launch day issues Google had with the Nexus 4.
T-Mobile getting ready to offer the Nexus 5, some are beginning to question their starting price of $450. Whether you pay a monthly fee for the phone or buy it outright, it’s a premium over the Play Store’s pricing structure. T-Mobile is now countering that they do not profit from the device, and insinuate that Google is subsidizing the cost for consumers who buy direct.
will be available at six different carriers, with some attractive pricing options.