Factory images have just gone up for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6, bearing the build name LMY47I. So what’s new here exactly? What we’re looking at is Android 5.1.0_r3, which appears to contain a few minor bug fixes.
Google has confirmed that it won’t be selling the Nexus 5 anymore, though the device will continue to be available from some retailers and carriers.
The Nexus 5 OTA links are now available for those interested in manually installing, with hopefully many other devices to follow in short order.
Google just rebranded the devices section of the Play Store, which is now called Google Store.
The new Google Store page features a fresh design with large, bold fonts, lots of white space, and clean imagery.
The Nexus 5 is back in stock on Google Play! Both the 16 and 32GB models (black only) are listed, with shipping expected in 1-2 days.
The Google Nexus 5 16GB black model is now back in stock via Google Play, shipping in 1-2 days.
You can buy a Red Nexus 5 for only $320 from Expansys. Not too long ago, Google announced that they’re stopping production on the handset, so you may want to jump on this deal before it’s too late!
Google has finally kicked off the rollout of Android 5.0.1 for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6, and you can update your device manually by way of OTA files and factory images.
According to Sprint’s and T-Mobile’s Nexus 5 support pages, the LG-made device will be receiving Android 5.0.1, a minor update that mainly fixes bugs, today.
A Google spokesperson confirmed to TechRadar that production of the Nexus 5 has stopped. Once the stock runs out, the black version of the Nexus 5 will be removed from the Play Store for good.