Google has finally unveiled its brand-new smartphone, the Nexus 5, after weeks of speculation. Along with the phone announcement, the firm also unveiled its latest version of the Android operating system, which is now 4.4 KitKat.
KitKat features a host of small upgrades which makes Android a much more polished operating system, while the Nexus 5 is a fully-featured 5-inch smartphone for the price of a mid-tier device.
The Nexus 5 is priced at £299 for the 16GB model, while a 32GB unit will set you back £339. It features a full-HD display coupled to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, an 8MP rear-facing camera and 4G connectivity, the first time this has been seen on a Nexus device.
KitKat, meanwhile features new fonts and design tweaks, as well as a major overhaul to the phone dialler, which now also searches the web for relevant phone numbers as you type.
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