This coming May, the Google I/O developers conference will serve as the official release date or at least the unveiling of both Android Key Lime Pie and the Nexus Smartphone destined to premier it…you can stake your life on it. However, as far as the Nexus 5 Smartphone goes it remains a very large and decidedly grey area – everyone seems to has their own idea about who Google is in bed with this time around.
What’s beyond dispute however is that the Google Nexus 5 will in all certainty be kitted out to such an extent that it could give the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the iPhone 6 a run for their money, so in any and all cases it isn’t going to be a slouch.
Realistically speaking, the two most obvious and therefore likely candidates to build the Nexus 5 are LG and Motorola – the former being the current Nexus builder and the latter being Google’s very own property. That being said, it is indeed LG that’s coming out on top so far with company executives having already gone on record to say that the LG Nexus 4 was in fact the “first of many” devices the collaboration between the two giants would deliver.
And while it might all be a case of smoke and mirrors, Google seems to be doing everything within its power to convince the world it has no specific loyalty or obligation toward Motorola, which is something that has already furrowed many a critical brow.
Roughly translated…yeah, right!
Of course, what really matter are the specs and feature we can expect from the Google Nexus 5 and it seems that the rumor mill has pretty much pieced together all we need to know. If on the money, the Google Nexus 5 will boast a 5-inch 1080p Full HD screen, quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of closet space, a 13-megapixel rear-camera and of course that Android Key Lime Pie OS.
But the best part of all – all of the above for no more than about $300 off-contract.
It all seems a bit too good to be true…I’m hoping and praying I’m proved wrong!