More details about the Nexus 5 design and Android 4.4 features have been offered by a publication which received more purported images of the upcoming handsets. In other news, the LG-D821 has apparently received a second Bluetooth certification.
Google is rumored to announce the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat on October 15. But is it really so?
An official press release from DigitalOptics reveals that Oppo will be the first company to use MEMS cameras in smartphones, denying Nexus 5 reports that said Google’s next phone will pack such a camera module.
The site that leaked photos of an early Android 4.4 KitKat build is back with screenshots purportedly revealing the specs of the Nexus 5.
This week, the veil lifted on the Nexus 5, Android 4.4 KitKat leaked, we got confirmation that curved phones are coming soon, the Note 3 launched amidst controversy, Google downplayed Android malware, and the benchmark debacle erupted.
In what might be the best leak for the next Nexus phone, a purported service manual has been leaked to confirm many of the rumored specs and added to the spec sheet as well. Read on for more!
Could the Nexus 5 be called Nexus 4 (2013)? New details discovered in the allegedly leaked Android 4.4 KitKat images we’ve seen recently seem to indicate such a possibility.
An image gallery showing Android 4.4 KitKat reportedly running as a Key Lime Pie version on the Nexus 4 have been posted online, alongside details about new features included in the software.
We find it unlikely that the Nexus 5 would feature a MEMS camera from DigitalOptics as recently reported. Here are the reasons why.
A new round of digging through that leaked Nexus 5 Android 4.4 log file resulted in new findings including USB OTG support for the handset and more details about future stock Android 4.4 apps.