Google Nexus 5 is expected to be released tomorrow i.e 31/10/2013. People have been waiting for this for a long time. Actually its Google that is teasing the mass with its cheap tricks of marketing. There have been reported many rumors that adds to the anxiousness of the consumers. Google has been on a spree of leaking the Nexus 5 before its Official launch and its worked very well altogether. Every forum that discusses about the device leaks grabs the attention of a large number of traffic and consumers are like “Take my money now!!”
It all started at the KitKat statue unveiling at the Google world. One of the Google employee was using the Nexus 5(probably for testing) at the event and got caught in the video. The whole world noticed the new device and Google was swift enough to pull out the video from YouTube. It created a frenzy enough to grab the attention of the masses.
Then Google accidentally updated the Nexus at the Google Play Store showing the starting price of about $349 for the 16 GB variant. The attractive prices of the Nexus devices always creates impact on the consumers. We are getting a Snapdragon 800 processor, a larger screen of 1080p resolution with 2 GB of RAM and of course, Android 4.4 KitKat. Isn’t it too much appealing ?
Up-next came the Canadian leak that showed the Nexus 5 box-pack at the LG Canada store. They had almost 30,000 units to make sure that they do not be short of devices at the launch.
All in all, the Nexus 5 will be a great package for both the pro and the normal users. The specifications of the device are as follows.
|Display||4.95-inch Full HD display, 445 ppi|
|Dimensions||137.84 x 69.17 x 8.59 mm (5.42 x 2.72 x 0.34 inches)|
|Processor||2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974)|
|Internal Storage||16GB or 32GB|
|Camera||8MP auto-focus camera with OIS|
|Sensors||accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity, light, barometer, orientation|
|Battery||2300mAh with support for wireless charging|
|Other||Multiple LTE bands – support for Verizon (not confirmed), AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile; Pentaband HSPA+ (works across the globe), NFC, Nexus 7-like design, ceramic physical buttons|