According to an official Sprint document, the Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA will begin rolling out starting today. This should apply to all Nexus 5 users, not just those with Sprint.
A year later, is the Nexus 5 still worth picking up?
According to the Google issue tracker, numerous Nexus 5 users are reporting a currently unresolved battery drain issue specific to the latest version of the Android L Preview. Could this be holding back Nexus images?
What does the Nexus 6 bring to the table when compared to its predecessor? Let’s find out, as we examine some of the differences between the Nexus 6 and Nexus 5!
A Taiwanese developer created an experimental camera app that takes advantage of the new Camera APIs and used it to capture a few samples in the DNG raw format. The edited results are impressive.
Just as promised earlier this week, Google released today the SDK for Android 5 Lollipop, as well as preview images for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013).
We take a look at some of the common issues that plague Nexus 5 users, and offer potential solutions on how to fix them.
A newly redesigned Nexus 5 page has surfaced, complete with images of the handset running Android 5.0 Lollipop. Could Google be planning to continue offering the phone alongside the Nexus 6?
Still plagued by the ‘mm-qcamera-daemon’ battery drain bug on your Nexus 5? It seems the problem will be gone for good with the introduction of Android L.
Google has a big decision to make, when the new Nexus 6 hits the shelves, should they continue to sell the old Nexus 5? We want to know what you think, head on in and place your vote on our poll.