Android 5.1 rolls out to Google Nexus 5

Google recently rolled out Android 5.1 (Lollipop) to the Nexus 6 phablet. Now we’ve learned that the update is starting to roll out to the Google Nexus 5. The screenshot you see below was sent by a “loyal reader” to PhoneArena. Upon getting the update, your Nexus 5 will be better protected, in the event its gets […]

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 Google Nexus 5 to be offered in yellow?

Currently, the Google Nexus 5 is available in the following colour options: black, white, and red. Italian-speaking TuttoAndroid has spotted (screenshot below) on Google Play that the smartphone will be available in yellow. We’re not entirely sure if the yellow colour option will be available in select markets, since if you go to the Nexus […]

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 Google rolls out Android 4.4.4 to Nexus 4, 5, 7, and 10

Own a Google Nexus 4, 5, 7, or 10? If you do, we’re happy to tell you that the search giant has started rolling out Android 4.4.4 (KitKat), a new build (KTU84P) for the two smartphones and two tablets, as factory images are now available in Google Developers. If you own another Android device, don’t […]

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 Some Nexus users complain about bugs after updating to Android 4.4.3 (KitKat)

Google has rolled out Android 4.4.3 (KitKat) to Nexus devices. According to some users, the update comes with a number of bugs. The news comes to us courtesy of AndroidOrigin. According to the report, the update has brought bugs to the Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 5, with units having problems connecting via Wi-Fi. Nexus […]

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 HTC One (M8) colour gamut larger than Apple iPhone 5S or Google Nexus 5

Compared to the HTC One (M7), the newly unveiled HTC One (M8) sports a bigger 5-inch screen. Not only does it sport a bigger screen, it has a larger colour gamut. In fact, it has a larger colour gamut than the Apple iPhone 5S and Google Nexus 5. PhoneArena has run some tests on the […]

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 New Android KitKat build reportedly under testing

Google Nexus 5 users have been complaining about a camera app bug that causes an unusual increase in CPU usage. Google developers promised a bug fix in the next Android update. A new tweet suggests that a new Android KitKat build (build number KTU72B), which will be known as Android 4.4.3, is being tested, saying […]

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 Google acknowledges Nexus 5 CPU-overloading camera bug – says fix coming in update

Do you own a Google Nexus 5? Have you noticed high CPU usage when using the device’s camera? Android developers have acknowledged the bug and said that a fix was coming via an update. Apparently Skype is the culprit. Skype accesses the camera regularly, which causes CPU overloading resulting in slowdown, battery drain, and the […]

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