A new FCC filing and @evleaks’ own retraction dispel the confusion around the device codenamed LG D820, which is not just an LG G2 variant after all.
A well-known source says the LG-D821 is not a Nexus phone but an LG G2 version – the device has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG a few days ago, right after an LG-D820 model has been sighted at the FCC.
An LG-D821 handset, which may very well be a Nexus 5 version, has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG. Read on for more details!
While these are absolutely not even close to anything official — it’s fun to consider what could be, isn’t it? The device render is a lot like the current Nexus 4 in shape, just a little squared at the corners. The rendered device is also shown next to the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4, to give you an idea of size and Nexus lineage.
A device, which could very well be the new Nexus phone, has passed through the FCC system.
An anonymous tipster sent us a pic from the YouTube KitKat statue unveiling, a video of which which you can find below. In that video, people are snapping pics left and right, celebrating the new statue. One of those people taking pics appears to have the new Nexus phone.
We answer questions about possible release dates for the Nexus 5, upcoming Samsung tablets, whether or not the HTC One Max will have a stylus and more.
This week, updates rolled out to a host of Google apps, we’ve heard rumors of the next Nexus, the Zara broke cover, the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear were detailed, the Ubuntu Edge campaign close, and the Nexus 7 (2013) received some much needed bug fixes.
Kris is answering questions about a 12.2 inch Samsung tablet, whether or not the updated Nexus 7 is worth it and much more in this week’s AA Q&A.
A person familiar with mobile matters says that the Nexus 5 will be made by Motorola while debunking an LG Nexus 5 alleged image. Read on for more details!