There's some conflicting information floating around regarding the Nexus 5 and LG's involvement – the VP of LG Mobile Europe said in an interview that LG isn’t working on the next Nexus, then LG said that the statements in the interview were misinterpreted and now Korean site Daum.net says LG is in fact working on the Nexus 5.
The Nexus 4 has reportedly sold 3 million units despite all the stock shortages when it launched, so it can be considered a fairly successful product. The phone also brought some good marketing to LG, though not in its home country where the Nexus 4 didn’t get popular with consumers due to its lack of LTE connectivity.
Still, you can understand why LG might want to make another one.
Anyway, if LG is indeed working on the next Nexus, what's with the Moto X coming from Google-owned Motorola?
Unfortunately, the Korean site has no info on when the Nexus 5 will be unveiled and whether it will bring Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Nothing on the upcoming tablet either.
Samsung is doing quite fine actually. That's why they are on top and produce chips, cpu's, screens, memory, ram, audio tech, and all kinds of sensors for many companies. And all phones will always have some laggy moment just as all computers hav...
waiting for the Android king.
It is not funny.