The smart phone market is a competitive one. There is always need for something better. Consumers are always looking for the latest updates to the operating system, the best features and applications. This is the reason why so many manufacturers launch a new version of their smart phone in a one year span. It is the only way to keep up with the demand.
The last release for Google was the Nexus 4. This is however looking out dated after the release of the iPhone 5, HTC One, Sony Experia Z and Samsung Galaxy S4. These are some of the latest smart phones in the market in 2013. There are already plans for new developments on each of these versions. Even six months in the technology market seems like an eternity. This is why Google is likely to release the Nexus 5. It is not clear yet when this will happen but it is expected.
Chances are Good for the Nexus 5
This version of Google’s flagship smart phone is some thing that is needed. Google is known for always having the latest feature on its gadgets. This is one of the reasons it has remained on top of the technology and gadget industry. A Google Nexus 5 would be the best way to make sure that this continues. This particular smart phone is also preferable because it retails very cheap. Other manufacturers tend to put a heavier price tag on their smart phones but not Google. That is why the Nexus 4 was such a hit, because it was affordable and did not compromise on quality.
There are a lot of debates on whether or not Google will release the latest version of the Nexus smart phone. Google has made it clear that it will continue giving consumers the ‘Nexus Experience’. The only way they can continue doing that is through the Nexus 5. This would mean a smart phone with the latest features like an update to the Android operating system. This would mean the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. The thought of that alone has Android users all excited. The chances that consumers will get a Google Nexus 5 are very high.
If such a device has to be out, it should have a high battery power to take on the top-notch specs. You can read more about Google Nexus 5 battery specifications here: http://thenexus5.com/google-will-offer-a-huge-battery-to-nexus-5-users/
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