Monday, August 19, 2013

Google Nexus 5 Reports Continue To Emerge

Google Nexus 5 Reports Continue To Emerge
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Although executives of LG have indicated that the company will not release the Google Nexus 5 into the market, recent reports have hinted at the possibility that the company will manufacture the latest reference design of the Android smartphone.

Following the upcoming release of the Moto X, reports have started to emerge on the possible release of the latest smartphone from Google. The latest reports have emerged in Vietnam, which is the location of one of the biggest factory of Samsung. Tinh te bloggers were also cited as sources of these reports. These bloggers have indicated that the latest design of the Google Nexus 5 is similar to the recently-launched G2.

The upcoming Google smartphone will reportedly feature a 5.2-inch display screen and the Snapdragon 800 processor. It will also have a slim design.

It can be recalled that an executive of LG revealed that there were no plans in producing the next Nexus smartphone. However, it was clarified that the company was not working on the device for the moment. The company also indicated that it was open to the idea of producing the next Nexus smartphone.

Some analysts are even speculating on a Google Play version of the LG G2. This may be a viable concept than the Google Nexus 5 if LG is planning to release the device into the market. However, the company has no plans of releasing this device.

The latest report of a Nexus smartphone based on the LG G2 contradicts another report that hinted at the possibility that the upcoming Android reference device will be manufactured by Motorola.

Although it remains uncertain which company will manufacture the next Android device, industry watchers are expecting the details of the Google Nexus 5 to be released once the Android 5.0 OS is finally introduced by the internet search giant.