Nexus 5, The Flagship Android?
Take a look at the Nexus 5 hands on video above from our friend Chris at LockerGnome.
The Nexus 5 might just be the new crowned King of Androids. I think the HTC One and the Galaxy S4 have been fighting over a spot for a while that doesn’t belong to them!
Last Thursday, Google released the Nexus 5, which comes souped up with the brand spankin’ new version of Android, Android 4.4 or commonly known as “KitKat”. This will be the first released Android 4.4 phone on the market, and is created by the owners of Android, Google.
Google’s Nexus 5 will be sold through T-Mobile and Sprint. Verizon Wireless as well as AT&T have declined the offer to sell the new phone at this time. Of course, the Nexus 5 can be purchased without carrier and can be placed on any GSM network (Nationwide American GSM networks would include: AT&T, T-Mobile, and MetroPCS).
The Nexus 5 is for sale in the Google Play store as well as T-Mobile and Sprint carrier stores. The phone will sell for $349 for a 16GB model, and $399 for a 32GB model. There is also $34.99 cases on Google Play, with 4 color options: Black, Grey, Bright Red, and Yellow.
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