Google has released the Nexus 5 smartphone, a high-end Android smartphone powered by the company’s new flagship Nexus 7 tablet.
The Nexus 5 has been a hit in the smartphone world.
It has been the subject of multiple reviews on the site Ars Technica, which has been widely praised for its features.
The company says the Nexus 6 has been more popular than the Nexus 4, with a 10.7% share in the US market compared to a 3.9% share for the Nexus 7.
The Nexus 5 will be available in more markets including the UK, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, and Denmark.
The Google Nexus 6 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 quad-core processor, with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and an expandable 16GB memory card slot.
The phone comes with an Android 4.4.4 Jelly Bean OS with Google Assistant.
The device is powered entirely by Google’s new “Project Alloy” design, which will reportedly make it easier for developers to build apps for the device.
The device is expected to launch in the third quarter of 2017.
The phone comes in two variants, one with a 12-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixels front camera, and the other with a 5.1-megacorp rear camera.
Both of the devices will also include a USB Type-C port.
The specs for the new Google Nexus are below:Display: 5.3-inch QHD+ touchscreen, 1440×2560 pixels, 0.5mm thickness, 267ppiBattery: 3,600mAh, 3,000mAh removable, USB Type C, dual SIM, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, GPS, microUSB, fingerprint sensor, 5MP front cameraBattery Life: 5,200mAh, 7,500mAh, 10,000mACharging: Micro-USB port, 3.5V USB-C, 3-pin header, 2-pin headers, microSD slotPrice: $399, with the Google logo attached, with microSD card slot; $449 with the Nexus logo attachedPrice: Not announcedPrice: £329, with Google logo on back; £499, with Nexus logo on front (UK price)Price: €599, with 1TB of storage (UK, €599)Price and availability: The Google Nexus will be released on March 5 in the UK and Australia, with markets in March 2019, March 2020, and April 2020.
The Google Android 8.1 Jelly Bean will be rolled out in March 2021 in the U.S. and China.