The Google Nexus 5 is speculated to launch as early as next week, November 8 to be exact, and while we have seen numerous leaks
The Google Nexus 5 is speculated to launch as early as next week, November 8 to be exact, and while we have seen numerous leaks as to what the smartphone could look like, what is missing is some key specs.
Leaks from earlier this week put the Google Nexus 5 with a bigger display and also suggest that LG would be making the device again. With the success of the LG Nexus 4 sans early supply problems, it’s no surprise the Korean giant get a second shot.
With LTE connectivity already revealed in the recent Nexus 5 leak, the next big question is storage. If you recall, the LG Nexus 4 was criticized for lack of LTE and limited storage. So would you still be interested in an LG Nexus 5 if Google only offered it in 8GB and 16GB variants?
Many people would argue that the Nexus series is meant for developers mainly and not the average consumer who wishes to store his or her entire music collection and other media on it.
So do tell us, would you go out and get an LG Nexus 5 next week if there is no 32GB option?