Allegedly, even with 64GB of memory on board, the Nexus 5 will sit at a lower price point than the upcoming Nexus X. Considering the typical $350-400 price point of the flagship smartphones by Google, a cheaper Nexus 5 is bound to spell trouble for just about every mid-range handset out there.
Longer shelf life for Nexus 5 shouldn’t catch anyone by surprise – Google still has the Nexus 10 by Samsung listed in the Play Store, despite its quickly approaching second birthday. Besides, the device is well equipped even by today’s standards.
I will buy nexus 5 64gb if it comes with 3gb RAM.
LG Nexus 5 might get a 64GB version
If this is true, I fear it means the rumors that the Nexus X will be a 5.9" phablet (rather than 5.2" as other rumors claim) are true. It would make sense for Google to have a "compact" Nexus to compliment the phablet (a la the ru...