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  1. According to T-Mobile, November 20th is one of the release dates for the Nexus 5. That is the day the device will make it to T-Mobile stores; however, if you want to get it a bit earlier, the device will be on sale through T-Mobile's website starting November 14th. Of course, as was the case with the Nexus 4, unless you really need to be on T-Mobile's equipment installment plan, you might be better off buying the Nexus 5 directly from Google and just getting the SIM from T-Mobile. Directly from Google, the Nexus 5 will set you back just $350 (plus taxes and shipping), but you would hav
  2. Not too long ago, we heard that Google had finished the Android 4.4.1 update for the Nexus 5 and that it would begin rolling out in the next "few days". As per usual, Google has an odd idea of time, because reports have it that the update has already begun rolling out. And, even better than that, the manual update file has shown up on Google servers, so you can install the update right now if you want. As was explained before, the major features of this update are all updates to improve the camera performance on the Nexus 5. The camera app will launch faster, autofocus is faster, colors a
  3. In time for Valentine’s Day, Google officially released a bright RED LG Nexus 5. The previously leaked Android smartphone is now available to order in the Google Play Store in 16GB and 32GB flavor, sporting the same price tag as its white and red sibling. The red Nexus 5 will be available in a number of markets this month. They include United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, India, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea. Wider availability across Europe will be announced later this month. Source
  4. Image Credit : RedmondPie After appearing in live images on a couple of occasions over the past week, the yet to be revealed red LG Nexus 5 showed up yet again. This time around, a press image of the red handset made the rounds on Twitter, courtesy of @evleaks. Right in line with earlier leaks, the press image reveals that the red Nexus 5, like its white relative, will essentially carry a dual-color scheme. In it, the back of the smartphone has been treated to the new color, whereas the front is all-black save for the red accent on the earpiece. There is no word on the availability of
  5. LG might be readying new colorful edition for the Nexus 5 flagship after all. First we saw what seemed to be an official Play Store listing with six new colors - yellow, red, blue, green, orange, and purple. Unfortunately this turned out to be fake. And just when we thought the rumor is dead, we saw a red Nexus 5 posing in front of a camera. Today we get to see something better - a whole batch of red-flavored Nexus 5 retail boxes. You can see official markings, IMEIs, serial numbers and everything. It seems the red Nexus 5 is real and will probably launch shortly. The previous rumor
  6. Got a Nexus 5? Then you must be reading this post If you’re a diehard Android fan, then the Nexus 5 definitely caught your eye. Although it’s only been publicly available for just shy of three weeks, the LG-manufactured Nexus 5 is already making its way to the top of holiday season shopping lists for consumers all over the globe. Those who are lucky enough to already own the device are seemingly full of praise for the latest in the Nexus smartphone range, but a number of concerns have been expressed, including the performance of the built-in camera as well as the tragically low speaker vol
  7. T-Mobile has announced that it will be rolling out the Android 4.4.3 update for the Nexus 4, the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7. As you can tell from the version number, it is a minor update that mostly concentrates on bug fixes and performance improvements. You can expect faster camera focusing and fix for the data dropping issue that plagued certain devices. The update also brings along a new dialer app with major UI changes and a new contacts app with some minor UI changes. The update has started rolling out now and should be available soon. Source
  8. Google's latest flagship phone has appeared on the Play store. The listing appears to have been made in error, as the phone cannot be bought and no details are available but the most important a starting price of $349 for the 16GB version. While that's a higher barrier to entry than we saw with the Nexus 4, which also cost $349 at 16GB but had a $299 8GB model, it's still an attractively low price for what appears to be a more than capable device. Google's tagline for the LG-made phone is "Capture the everyday and the epic in fresh new ways." The next version of Android, 4.4 KitKat, loo
  9. geeteam

    Nexus 5 Review [Video]

    Watch the video review to see if this new Nexus 5 lives up to the expectations. Source : Android Authority
  10. The latest Nexus 5 leak shows what is supposedly the packaging for the phone. The very nokia-esque blue box has the image of the phone on the front and the back next to the Google logos, with the LG logos placed on the side. But what’s more interesting than the packaging itself is the image of the phone depicted on it. You’ll notice that it is, in fact, white in color whereas all the leaks we have seen so far, including the official image and listing on Google Play, have only shown the black model so far. Google has traditionally offered a while version of the Nexus phone since the
  11. From the Italian folks that have been leaking info based on a prototype Nexus 5 with early builds of Android 4.4 KitKat comes the latest revelation on Google's elusive handset and its versions. First off, their sources confirm there will be two versions of the phone, with 16 GB and 32 GB of storage, respectively. Google's test Play Store pages where the Nexus 5 was pictured with $349 price tag is probably for the variant with larger storage. No microSD card for expansion will be available, of course. Second, as much as we've heard about two battery capacity versions - 2300 mAh and 30
  12. Now that the Nexus 5 factory image is in the wild, it is being torn apart by the lovely dev community. We’ve got the full-sized versions bundled into a .zip file below. -| Download |- Nexus 5 Wallpapers source: droidlife
  13. So as we know that the Nexus 5 is official now and also we know it comes rocking with the new Android 4.4 Kitkat. And we know you feel like the Android kitkat will be awesome than the awesome st thing as an OS. So we have a way to feel the Kitkat awesomeness on your present device. A few Geeks at NsaneForums have just extracted the core basic applications of the new Kitkat Android present in the Nexus 5. -| Download Links |- Google Play Services (v4.0.30) Calendar (v201308021) Clock (v3.0.0) Email (v6.0-893803) Gallery (v1.1.40304) Gmail (v4.6.1) Camera (v2.0.001) Hangouts (v2
  14. Epic has been working on the new Unreal Engine 4 since 2003. UE4 entered its final stages of development in 2012 when it was made available for licensees. Now, two years later, at the Game Developers Conference, Epic has finally launched the Unreal Engine 4 and its first stable release is already available to the developers. But there is even better news. Unreal Engine 4 not only looks monstrous on the latest generation consoles and PC hardware, but it’s also quite amazing on flagship smartphones. Epic has demoed its graphics on Nexus 5 and you can have a first look of what’s coming next
  15. The teasing continues and KitKat has dropped yet one more braintwister for us to chase after. “Sometimes you have to look for the signs…” the official KitKat Twitter account posted adding an image saying “This is it” in what seems another musical teaser. And a pattern starts to emerge for those who dig deeper. The first teaser posted by @KitKat reads "Everybody dance now!" and is a reference to a song named Gonna Make You Sweat performed the C+C Music Factory band. Interestingly, the original name of the band is “The 28th Street Crew.” And then comes today’s teaser with the “This is it” r
  16. Google may be planning a sneak attack with its new Nexus 5 smartphone and Android 4.4 KitKat operating system update. CNET UK claims to have overheard “whispers around the campfire at Google Launchpad,” a two-week bootcamp for developers, suggesting that Google’s next-generation flagship smartphone and OS update will both launch next week on October 15th. If accurate, the releases will likely not be accompanied by a press conference since Google typically sends out invitations to the press more than a week before such events. According to a purported leaked service manual for the Nexus 5, the
  17. This morning a lovely piece of video has surfaced showing the LG-made Nexus 5 from all angles, complete with an early version of KitKat called Key Lime Pie. This device appears to be working with KitKat, but as youll find in the menu pull-down the user attains right off the bat, hell be heading down to the version of the software released to Googles developers before the name change. Youll also find this devices software moving swiftly Buttery smoothness in full effect. A lot of the changes made in the latest builds of Android 4.4 KitKat do not appear here in this particular hands-on video. Y
  18. The upcoming Google Nexus 5 has been leaked several times already, showing off what is expected to be the first Android 4.4 KitKat-running device. Now, new information out of Japanese retailer redstar reveals that the Nexus 5 will be hitting retail on November 14, for the price of 44,600 yen (~$460) for the 16GB model, and 49,800 yen (~$513) for the 32GB model. Keep in mind that this is a Japanese retailer, and Japan could begin selling the Nexus 5 sooner (unlikely) or later than other markets. The price through a third-party retailer is also likely higher than the official Google price, so l
  19. Roughly 24 hours after going official the LG Nexus 5 got the root treatment. The feat was accomplished by the renowned Android developer Chainfire. The root method appears easy to accomplish.It requires booting the Nexus 5 in fastboot mode and connecting it to your computer via a USB cable.Afterwards, executing a simple command is required to root the device. You can find detailed instructions about rooting the Nexus 5 below. DownloadCF-Auto-Root Extract the ZIP fileBoot your device in bootloader/fastboot mode.this can be done by turning your device off, then holding VolUp+VolDown+Power to tu
  20. We have been teased with image and video leaks of Google's Nexus 5 smartphone for a while now. Even the service manual for the Android device has popped up. Last week, the Nexus 5 showed up for a few hours in the Google Play store before being quickly removed. Today, the ever busy Internet gadget poster @evleaks came up with a new photo on his Twitter account which he claims is a white version of the Nexus 5. He also says the phone will finally go on sale on November 1st, after previous rumors about an October release date have since been disproved. The current rumors are that the
  21. Earlier this month, a tipster told me that the Google Nexus 5 could have two different batteries powering the phone, depending on which model of the device you're looking at. According to our source, the 16GB version of the phone will be powered by a 2300mAh cell while the 32GB variant will be powered by a larger 3000mAh battery. Last week I passed on the word from a leaked report out of Italy that stated that the Google Nexus 5 will have just one battery, and that will be a 2300mAh cell. here is the 2300mAh cell which was leaked out in a series of photographs.
  22. Though the regularly-leaked Nexus 5 was rumoured to be released mid-October, the latest is that we’ll see it arrive at the end of the month. A couple press images surfaced online, one sporting a TELUS logo and the other straight from Google. We’ve been tipped that Google will make the Nexus 5 available via Google Play on Thursday, October 31st, then arrive on Canadian carriers — Rogers, Bell, TELUS, Koodo and Virgin — up to 8 days later, either November 7th or 8th. source
  23. Dutch online retailer Belsimpel has put up the yet-unannounced Google phone on sale already. The SIM-free is a hefty €460 but then Nexus devices are usually quite expensive when you don't get them from the Play Store. The phone is also available on contract with Tele2 for €36 a month, Hi HS Student Medium for €35 a month and T-Mobile for €47 a month. That's for a 2-year contract with a free device with 16GB storage. Both Black and White versions are available and the site promises to deliver the phone in 2-4 days. Keep in mind that this may have been posted prematurely so the Nexu
  24. Here comes Google and LG's next big thing Today brings an end to all the rumors, leaks and speculation — the LG-made Google Nexus 5 is finally official, and you'll be able to buy it tomorrow. The Nexus handset is a 5-incher with a 1080p display, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU and 2GB of RAM. Storage comes in 16 and 32GB configurations. The Nexus 5 is the first Nexus device to ship with an OIS (optical image stabilization) camera — an 8MP unit — which should compensate for hand motion in photos. It's also packing a 2300mAh battery and wireless charging capabilities. Two
  25. geeteam

    Nexus 5 official specs

    The Nexus 5 is finally official, bringing a top-level smartphone hardware paired with stock Android 4.4 KitKat at an affordable price point. Though pre-release leaks have told us a great deal about what's lurking beneath the Nexus 5's hood, it's worth taking a glance down the spec sheet now that everything's official, announced and finalized. Nexus 5 hardware specifications : Screen 4.95” 1920x1080 display (445 ppi) Full HD IPS Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 Camera 1.3MP front facing 8MP rear facing with Optical Image Stabilization Dimensions 69.17x137.84x8.59 mm Weight 4.
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