T-Mobile told a publication that its Nexus 5 customers will pay the actual full price for the handset, implying that Google is subsidizing the device.
The LG G Flex will cost roughly $940 next week when it launches in South Korea, with a European launch for the handset apparently set for December.
Looking to pick up the Nexus 5 through T-Mobile? The device will hit the uncarrier’s website on November 14th, and in-stores on the 20th. Keep reading for more details!
Looking to pick up the Nexus 5 on contract? The handset has now arrived to six Canadian carriers and to Sprint in the United States. Keep reading to learn more!
The T-Mobile Nexus 5 will reportedly launch on November 20, although the carrier is yet to confirm release plans for the handset.
Going for just $350, the Nexus 5 is definitely worth its price tag, and then some, but some have wondered if its build quality is up to snuff. For sure, the Nexus 5 is more durable than its glass-backed predecessor, but just how durable?
The “Google Experience Launcher” found on the Android 4.4 KitKat is a Nexus 5 exclusive feature according to Google, and it may not become available to other Nexus devices or other Android handsets and tablets anytime soon.
While Sprint recently clarified that Nexus 5 handsets purchased through the Play Store can be activated with the Now Network, it looks like some folks are still running into a few troubles along the way.
A Nexus 5 vs iPhone 5S camera comparison shows that Google’s new flagship smartphone can hold its own against Apple’s best iPhone.
LG G2 is expected to be updated to Android 4.4 KitKat at some point in November/December in France.