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LG is Front of the Queue to Make the Google Nexus 6

If it ain't broke, don't fix it? It looks like that's the approach that Google is taking with its Nexus phone line, with our cousins over at Gizmodo Germany stating that the search giants will once again be turning to LG for the manufacturing of the Nexus 6. Read More >>

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Why Google Might Just Kill the Nexus

Since its inception, Google's Nexus line has been a showcase for pure, untouched Android in some of the finest hardware available. It's produced probably the best Android phone yet. And Google would be crazy not to kill it. Read More >>

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Watch Every Single Nexus Phone Speed Tested at the Same Time

The Nexus 5 is here, and it's the best Android can offer. But the Nexus line has come a long long way from its beginnings back in 2010, both in design and performance. How far? See for yourself. Read More >>

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Nexus 5 Review: The Best Android Can Offer (For the Price)

This year, after having leaked more than a shot-up sieve, the long-awaited Nexus 5 is here with Android 4.4 (KitKat) in tow. It's most definitely one of the best phones you can buy, even if it doesn't quite meet its inflated expectations. Read More >>

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Watch the Entire History of Nexus Phones in Just Three Seconds

The Nexus 5 is finally here, and it looks lovely. But it was a long road to Nexus 5 greatness, and with this GIF from the folks at GadgetLove, you can speed down it in just three seconds. Read More >>

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How the Nexus 5 Compares to Its Toughest Smartphone Competition

Finally, the long-awaited Nexus 5 has arrived in the form of 5 inches of pure, unfiltered Android just the way Google always intended. That all sounds nice, but as Google's flagship response to other big dogs like the iPhone 5S and Lumia 1020, does the refreshed Nexus have the specs to keep up with the competition (at least one paper)? We put together the comparison charts below to find out. This comparison has been syndicated from our US website, hence the US pricing listed in the tables below. UK pricing is as follows: Nexus 5 (from £299); iPhone 5S (from £549 PAYG); Moto X (not available in the UK); Galaxy S4 (from £350 PAYG); HTC One (from £465 PAYG); Lumia 1020 (from £495 PAYG). Read More >>

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Nexus 5 is Coming Today: Here's Everything We Think We Know

The Nexus 5 has looks as though it'll be officially revealed today. But why sit counting down the hours? Here's what we think we know NOW about Google's next superphone: Read More >>

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Nexus 5 Leaks Again for 'Pre-Registration' With a Full Spec List

Stop me if you've heard this before but... the Nexus 5, probably the most anticipated Android phone right now, popped up on the Internets before it was officially announced. In fact, it looks like the Nexus 5 has revealed its full spec list too. Can't we just start buying this phone already, Google Read More >>

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Google "Gem" Smartwatch Project May Arrive This Month

Google may be set to thrust its wrist into the smartwatch fray, with a possible announcement of a Google or Nexus branded wearable device coming as soon as this month. Read More >>

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When's the Best Time to Sell a Smartphone?

It's a well-documented fact that every time a new smartphone comes out, whole gaggles of eager-eyed fanboys ditch their 9-month old versions of pretty much the same device to upgrade to the slightly newer, slightly more chamfered version. Just like the rest of life, when to sell is all a question of timing. Read More >>

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20 Million People are Regular Tablet Users in the UK

Staggering stats on the growth of tablet use suggest that one-third of the entire UK population regularly uses some kind of tablet device, and the insane trend of the tablet shows no sign of slowing. Read More >>

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Here's a Closer Look at What the Nexus 5 Might Look Like

As far as heavily anticipated upcoming phones go, we've got a pretty good handle on what the Nexus 5 will look like. We've seen it accidentally leaked by Google, spotted it at a bar and seen it cross through the photo friendly desks of the FCC. Read More >>

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Alleged KitKat 4.4 Images Show Flattened 2D-Style Android

Some images of what's alleged to be Android 4.4 appeared over the weekend, with screen captures of a phone supposedly running the new KitKat release giving us a look at what may be Google's ever-so-slightly redesigned new mobile OS. Read More >>

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Another Leaked Nexus 5 Shows Off Its Giant Screen and Giant Camera

So a Nexus 5 apparently got left at a bar. It happens! And when it happens, pictures get taken and we lucky folks get to see what one of the most anticipated phones of the year looks like up close. It matches up quite nicely with the leaked phone in the Android 4.4 Kit Kata promo video—horizontal Nexus branding, large camera lens—and definitely seems to be the same LG phone cruising through the FCC right now. Read More >>

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Motorola Designing New Android Tablet to Erase Hideous Memories of Xoom

Google's Motorola hardware team is preparing a new Android tablet, and it might end up looking like the popular, customisable, US-only Moto X. The names Moto XL (phablet) and Moto XXL (tablet) spring to mind. Read More >>

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This Might Be the Nexus 5 Because It Looks Like That Leaked Nexus 5

This involves a meticulous combination of dots plus a mini-leap of faith but a LG phone with the name D820 just cleared the ranks of the US' FCC. Usually this wouldn't mean much to us but it does sort of, kind of look like the mysterious Nexus phone that popped up in the Android KitKat statue video that was pulled by Google. Read More >>

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