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Nexus 5 allegedly leaks in red colour variant, handset and box shown

Nexus 5 allegedly leaks in red colour variant, handset and box shown

By 27 January 2014

A version of the Nexus 5 has leaked in red, if pictures from Twitter user @artyomstar are to be believed. The images show multiple boxes and the red handset itself, carrying the same look as the Nexus 5 we've come to know over the last few months, except... >>

Google+ Hangouts with integrated SMS will ship with Nexus 5, come to Google Play in weeks

Google+ Hangouts with integrated SMS will ship with Nexus 5, come to Google Play in weeks

By 31 October 2013

The second version of Google+ Hangouts for Android will land on the Nexus 5 initially, and will follow on Google Play in the coming weeks, Google announced on Thursday. The changes to Hangouts, the biggest yet in less than a year of availability, were... >>

Detailed Nexus 5 specs leaked early by Canadian carrier

Detailed Nexus 5 specs leaked early by Canadian carrier

By 28 October 2013

Leaks for the LG Nexus 5 now have confirmation courtesy of Canadian carrier Wind, which posted a pre-registration page for the handset a bit early. Google still hasn't officially announced the handset even after it appeared briefly on Google Play, but... >>

LG Nexus 5 will reportedly be released in white and black on 1 November

LG Nexus 5 will reportedly be released in white and black on 1 November

By 27 October 2013

Google and LG will release the Nexus 5 on 1 November in both white and black colour options, according to EvLeaks.  The handset has been long leaked to be on its way to launch, but if the often reliable leakster is correct we won't be waiting much longer.... >>

Nexus 5 listing appears on Google Play, says handset will start at $349

Nexus 5 listing appears on Google Play, says handset will start at $349

By 18 October 2013

Google has had trouble keeping the Nexus 5 under wraps, and it gets worse. The unannounced Nexus 5 by LG has appeared on the Google Play Store a tad early, without any official announcement from either company. The Nexus 5 is not yet available to buy,... >>

Nexus 5 press renders keep the excitement in the air, show KitKat launcher

Nexus 5 press renders keep the excitement in the air, show KitKat launcher

By 17 October 2013

New press renders of Google and LG's upcoming Nexus 5 collaboration have leaked, providing a solid look at the handset and a clear view of Android 4.4 KitKat's launcher. We've seen plenty about the handset before, it's really not a secret at this point,... >>

Nexus 5 details leak in service manual: 32GB storage, 8MP OIS camera

Nexus 5 details leak in service manual: 32GB storage, 8MP OIS camera

By 6 October 2013

As the launch of the LG Nexus 5 creeps closer, more details continue to leak out, leaving us to believe we're close to knowing everything about the handset. Now, a purported internal service manual for the LG-D821 (Nexus 5) has been brought to us by Android... >>

Leaked log file reveals LG Nexus 5 running Android 4.4

Leaked log file reveals LG Nexus 5 running Android 4.4

By 30 September 2013

A leaked log file has popped up with a screenshot of the LG Nexus 5 running Android 4.4, though the build looks as though it falls under the codename Key Lime Pie. As MyCE reported, the screenshot reveals a black notification bar with grey icons. It is... >>

Nexus 4 completely sells out ahead of suspected Nexus 5 launch

Nexus 4 completely sells out ahead of suspected Nexus 5 launch

By 17 September 2013

Google's flagship Nexus device - the LG Nexus 4 - has sold out on the Google Play Store, following various price drops for both the 8GB and 16GB versions. "We are out of inventory," Google Play states. "Please check back soon." It's not clear if Google... >>

LG Nexus 5 leaked from a bar, shows Android 4.4 KitKat boot screen

LG Nexus 5 leaked from a bar, shows Android 4.4 KitKat boot screen

By 16 September 2013

New images of what is believed to be the upcoming LG Nexus 5 have leaked, this time from a bar (reminds us of Apple's iPhone 4), and not the FCC. The images, provided by 9to5Google, confirm what we've been seeing over the past few weeks: what looks to... >>


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