Google Nexus 5: Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, 13MP Camera, Other Rumours

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By Arlene Paredes | February 13, 2013 12:37 PM EST

Google Nexus 5 is now being discussed again by Android fans itching to explore Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie as soon as it comes out. The next Google flagship phone could reportedly feature a 13 megapixel rear camera, too, to compete against Xperia Z and the yet-to-be-unveiled Galaxy S4, among others.

Google Nexus 5, Too Soon?

Nexus 4 supply has only started to normalize. But as soon as Android detectives quieted down on market demand, reports of an upcoming Nexus 5 rose to new heights.

Talks about Nexus 5 went a bit wild early this year. Google was still unable to meet the high demand at the time. There were rumours that LG has already raised the stop signal for Nexus 4 production to make way for Nexus 5. These reports were later dismissed by an executive from LG, saying production rate will even increase in February.

Nexus 5 at the Google I/O Event in May?

Some tech bloggers are pointing out that the Nexus 5 could surface at the Google I/O event in May, the tech giant's annual developer event. Other gadget watchers refer to market pattern in anticipating the announcement of a Nexus 5.

The Galaxy S4 is expected to come out in March. New Apple devices will be released within the last quarter of the year. These are all rumours that are somehow expected (or hoped) to be proven true. As 2013 is filled with next-level mobile phone upgrades, many Nexus fans want the Nexus 5 to be visible, too.

Among the common items on the Nexus 5 wish list and rumours are the following: Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, Full HD 5-inch display, Exynos 5 Octa/competition, more robust RAM, a rear camera of 13 megapixel.

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