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Here We Go Again: Google Nexus 5 Rumored To Land October 31 in Play Store

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Nexus 5Oh, Google, Google, Google, how you like to torment us, keep us on our toes, trick, deceive and fool us, throw curved ball after curved ball and then start all over. Yet we always come back for more, turn the other cheek and almost enjoy this endless game.

But it has to end sometime. And according to the latest word around the street, that sometime will be October 31. No, not the 15th, obviously, and not the 24th (yesterday, that is) either. The kicker being that this newly rumored ETA is for a Google Play commercial launch of the Nexus 5, not just a fancy but meaningless formal intro.

Sadly, we don’t have much to support the new date, just the word of several anonymous Mobile Syrup tipsters. Yeah, right, if only I had a penny for every “pundit,” “tipster” and “confidential source” that got something about the N5 wrong.

Then again, like I said, it has to happen one of these days. After all, though it may not seem like it, there’s only so much of this charade Google aficionados can put up with. And something tells me a lot of folks’ patience has been pushed to the limit by now.

In any case, be sure to keep an eye on us during the next week or so, because the N5, Android 4.4 KitKat and possibly the Nexus 10-2 unveiling as well could go down any minute now. Literally.

 

<Source: Mobile Syrup>

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  1. Cue an army of fan boys coming on here and screaming “Google has never said a word about release dates!” conveniently forgetting that half of these rumours, photos of phones left in bars etc are from Google themselves. Just release the damn thing.

    Mr Manfrenjensonson
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      Matthew Marchesano
  2. If this is really true and if it is made available in my country as well, then I would buy it at once. I am so waiting for the next Nexus.

    Arbaz K
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