Rumors Of LG Or Motorola aking The Nexus 5

bunique4life05

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I want change so I want Moto and want Google start to make Nexus not based on previous OEM devices.

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I prefer to have the nexus 5 on Verizon. Sense moto has made a career taking it up the rear from Verizon, I guess I should be rooting for them to make it...

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The nice things about rumors is they either die or persists depending on further leaks or the manufacturer stepping in and confirming one way or the other. So long as they persists I'm encouraged that there will be another stock android Nexus phone on the way.

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LG have done good with the Nexus 4. Would be good if they manufacture the Nexus 5 as well. But please no glossy or shimmering back panel this time!
 

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Rumors are rumors.

They should give ZTE a shot.

Hey guys I have heard from a reliable source that Post Cereals, the makers of grape nuts and honey bunches of oats, is going to make the next nexus phone. Just a rumor so take it for what it's worth.

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With Motorola being owned by Google, I would love to see the N5 as a tight-knit integration project by the 2 companies. I feel that LG hit a home run with the N4 despite the lack of LTE, however, when the N4 was announced I was personally surprised with LG being the hardware maker. LG had what I feel was a minuscule footprint against vendors like HTC and Samsung.

With this being said, I would be pleased with either vendor producing the hardware on the phone. LG obviously knows what they're doing but Motorola has had its ups and downs. I think this is a golden opportunity for Motorola to really take a piece of the action because i'm tired of seeing so many Samsung devices.
 

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