Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat update release date “confirmed”

OMG! Embrace yourself as the all new LG Nexus 5 and the much awaited Android 4.4 KitKat update is about to hit you. Its finally official! Yes, I said its official as Google has started sending out invitations for an event scheduled for October 24. Looks like we have all the big events coming very close to each other- the Nexus 5 & Android 4.4 launch and the Apple event that we already told has been scheduled for Oct 22.

We have been seeing Nexus 5 making so many appearances in the leaked images of the prototypes and we have also seen that the actual phone looks exactly the same as we showed you in the leaked images. We also saw a service manual of Nexus 5 that had leaked. So at this point the upcoming phone by Google is no more a mystery. Everything apart, if there is still something being discussed or argued out there at your end, dontcha worry! Because from all the sources it has been confirmed that an Oct 24 event has been marked on the Google calendar.


The sad part is that the sources doubt that, as no “hardware” has been mentioned in the invitation to the press, the Nexus 5 might not show up in the event. But who knows? Lets look at the brighter side.. May be they’re planning a surprise or.. the phone might appear even sooner as it has already received its GCF certification which leaves us the satisfaction of a sooner release of the Google Nexus 5.

Nothing else has yet been revealed about the event or the phone other than the price leak that we have already told you about. Whatsoever be the truth about the device and the event, it won’t stay a secret for more than a week now. Next Thursday, we’ll know everything about it. For those of you, you haven’t been catching up with the leaked features of Google Nexus 5 and do not know what to expect of it, click here.

We’ll be bringing you the updates of the event as it happens, so stay tuned! 😉

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