With the Nexus 5’s price being cut out and some Android KitKat 4.4.3 glitches that must be fixed, it seems that the Nexus 6 is still going to be released this year.
There were reports which indicated that the Nexus 6’s launch is likely to be cancelled. However, on the official Android Twitter account we saw a picture which seemed to be a Nexus 6 gadget concept, which dashed the negative speculations.
Moreover, during this week, Nexus 5’s price was cutout and we heard of some Android 4.4.3 issues.
Nexus 5 super-deals
It seems that the Nexus 5 was cheapened by almost 100 dollars, being sold now for only 399 dollars on amazon.com.
These kinds of price cuts occur when a new device is coming to the market, and dealers are trying to get “rid” of the “old” phones in order to be ready for the new ones.
There are rumors which indicate that the Google Nexus 6 might be released a few weeks or maybe months after the I/O Dev Conference, which will take place on June 24 and 25.
Android 4.4.3 issues
At the beginning of June, Google brought KitKat 4.4.3 to Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10. That was made with the purpose of eliminating some bugs and improving the devices’ stability. And yes, they fixed some major bugs that Android 4.4.2 had but at the same these fixed bugs were replaced by some new ones.
A good move for Google now would be to take notes of the current glitches that the 4.4.3 version has and to come with corrections for a new Android 4.5 OS. Or they can unveil the Nexus 6 and bring it with a stabile error-free Android 4.5 OS.
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