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Taylor Wimberly
11 months agoPublic
Motorola will release a Nexus smartphone in Q4 (that is not the Moto X).
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Derek Traini11 months ago
If it is on Verizon, Motorola has my money.

Also, any more info to provide?
+50
Christopher Wagner11 months ago
I guess I should wait to see if it shows up on Verizon before I make my purchase+15
Mark Avery11 months ago
i thought LG was doing the next Nexus.... or are we starting those rumors again that there will be multiple nexus from multiple manufactures?+19
Derek Traini11 months ago
+Mark Avery LG has said that they are not working on a Nexus, but would be open to making one again.+7
Jens V11 months ago
Is it "a" Nexus smartphone, or "the" Nexus smartphone?+31
Jordan Hotmann11 months ago
Do tell
Mark Avery11 months ago
A moto Nexus would be unreal!!!   as long as its on Verizon too.. cuz otherwise, im screwed+16
Scott McLaughlin11 months ago
Any other info? Such as basic specs/size etc?+1
Mark Long11 months ago
Lol. Not likely. +2
saul ruiz11 months ago
+Derek Traini after galaxy nexus debacle, I doubt Google let's Verizon sniff nexus' under panties ever again+36
Derek Traini11 months ago
+saul ruiz yeah, trust me, I know! lol Hey, it's worth a shot!
Roland Hamid11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly what are you saying+1
Matt Carner11 months ago
I can wait. 

#byebyemotox  
+1
Leo T11 months ago
Stop teasing! Do tell.......+3
Tiago Soares11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly hmm. Are you sure? I mean, it is a really strong statement.
Henry Averette III11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly Interesting rumor... Tell me more.+5
David Carr11 months ago
Does this mean no LG Nexus is in the pipeline?+1
Derek Hunter11 months ago
Too much money for them to ignore verizon .... Probably will stay once every 2 yrs for Verizon nexi+2
Scott McLaughlin11 months ago
Please let this be true.
Timothy Warne Jr11 months ago
Nexus X? Maybe? Either way I can't wait and hope it comes to Verizon or at least sell a Verizon version off contract. Otherwise customized Moto X it is.+1
Matt Carner11 months ago
Will be interesting to see if any of the "Motorola" features that are not currently part of Android make it over to the Nexus X.+7
Tyler Fox11 months ago
Any word on carriers?
Oscar Cortes11 months ago
As much as I used to like Verizon for their speed. It has drastically gone down in my area( houston) I've had the gnex since it first came out and just disappointed in how bad the speed has gone down. I had to wipe the slobber from my keyboard looking at this post. Can't wait to hear more :) Switching to T-mobile the first chance I get with one of these new phones coming out.+16
Paul Schmelzel11 months ago
I really wanted to see the LG G2 become the next Nexus. Liked the specs and the layout. I know many doing like the button layout, but for me, I actually think it would have worked very well.+3
Jeff Mones11 months ago
Details you can share??
Victor Guzman11 months ago
Can't wait til the blogs get this and go crazy with it...
Landon Gonsalves11 months ago
Crap...I need a new phone asap. Moto X for now, I'll worry about the Moto Nexus when the time comes. +3
Rehan Ahmed11 months ago
Y Not Q3?  :(+3
Daniel Szilagyi11 months ago
Tell me you're not lying +Taylor Wimberly :-P +2
Warren Kerr11 months ago
Moto x on t mobile then use their upgrade plan to get the nexus 5+6
Ken Chan11 months ago
really...? Is that the cheaper version of Moto X they were talking about?+3
Adrian Neal11 months ago
A Nexus will never be on Verizon again, PERIOD lol...better chance of hell freezing over!!+8
Kristopher Salmon11 months ago
Being on Verizon, I can now deal with the Droids having capacitive buttons.
Jack Hodges11 months ago
Keeps my hope alive that it is 5+ inches. The Moto X is simply too small for my needs.+3
Alex Maxham11 months ago
True story +Adrian Neal not as long as it needs CDMA connectivity (meaning Google can skip Verizon for pushing out updates) is needed. no nexus will be on verizon. +6
Jeffrey Scott Jr.11 months ago
Nexus device with the same specs and battery and same features but not that price? Isn't that just another Moto X?+1
Adam Hebert11 months ago
How about another sprint nexus?+2
Adrian Neal11 months ago
Google learned their lesson ppl...GSM Only GSM Only GSM Only; updates come directly from them that way...CDMA is 100% carrier driven lol+5
Brandon Golway11 months ago
I'm happy with my S4 on tmo but if it's nice enough I may JUMP to it. +3
Lawrence Brooksher11 months ago
Say what?!+1
Adam Hebert11 months ago
Sad. I thought sprint was on Google's good side
Lawrence Brooksher11 months ago
+Derek Traini  #notgonnahappen

Edit: I also heard somewhere that LG backed out, but I can't find where I read that anywhere...
Jeff Stevens11 months ago
No source means it's meaningless.+7
Arvid Gerstmann11 months ago
As long as you don't provide a source, it's a blatant lie.

Stop spreading rumors, it's fucking annoying.
+9
David Swanson11 months ago
I love the form factor of the X. I love the design and the concept. I only need four more things from the nexus phone:

1. good camera (Moto X pictures have not impressed me)
2. wireless charging
3. freedom to choose carrier - any time taking my phone with me 
4. reasonable price - I am willing to pay a premium (REASONABLE) but I get to keep and control where I use the phone and who provides the data services for that phone. 

I am just so tired of being owned by the carrier. 
+15
AbuYazeedUK11 months ago
Forget anything else will it be available in the UK?+3
Mike Neufeld11 months ago
Oh gawd no. I'll never buy a moto, ever. Lg g2 it is. +2
Long Nguyen11 months ago
Wait so multiple Nexii this time around or Moto won the bid to make the next Nexus phone this year? There's been rumors of LG making the Nexus 5 for a while now.+1
Scott McLaughlin11 months ago
After how accurate +Taylor Wimberly was regarding the Moto X, I'm not going to dismiss this.+13
Paul Giulan11 months ago
No way!! +Taylor Wimberly where'd you hear this?
Mike Neufeld11 months ago
I have had only 2 companies that have failed me. HTC and moto. Its hard to go back to a company that left a bad taste for more of their products. +3
Elias JL11 months ago
Is it the international version of the moto x??
Lucy Morgan11 months ago
I so want one
showstopper00311 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly you're evil lol drop a bomb like this and walk away +9
frank savino11 months ago
nope.avi +1
Yichuan Xu11 months ago
+Jack Hodges Get the Droid Maxx...5' screen with lots of juice.+1
Elisaul Medina11 months ago
I think the next nexus is Motorola, I don't see any reason why google going to paid for make the next nexus when they have the own company ti make it
Frank Davis11 months ago
Is this based off anything? Or just a guess?
Brad Gogats11 months ago
There will never be another nexus on +Verizon Wireless after they screwed up the Galaxy Nexus so bad. They don't deserve it+4
Chou Chou11 months ago
不可能,impossible
Impossible, impossible
Translated from Chinese|Original
Georgi Kaua11 months ago
+Google +Sergey Brin +Larry Page  +Nexus & +Motorola Mobility make it happen, thank you!!!+6
Benoit Pronovost11 months ago
>insert "Shut up and take my money" gif"<+6
Christopher Chin11 months ago
Better chance of a tsunami in minnesota than a Nexus ever again on Verizon...just sayin' :)+2
Christian Dalonzo11 months ago
Verizon + LTE = I'm sold+4
Ryan Banks11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly Don't be toying with my emotions bro. Hope its legit. +2
Paige Miller11 months ago
Please give us a confidence level, Taylor. 100%? Your statement seems to indicate such.
Roland Hamid11 months ago
Please guys know Verizon they screwed up the Nexus program when it was putting their hands no Verizon please+1
Rashaan Lemell11 months ago
Motorola is definitely getting their groove back
Romolo Peterson11 months ago
I wanted LG To maKe iT!+2
David Auster11 months ago
if it comes with a good processor im in. +1
Anton Volkov11 months ago
This is like when the moto X rumours first started.

Anyway, make mine an X10 (actually I really don't mind dual core X8 either, as long as it has the voice chip), good camera, industrial design, and most importantly NOT A PHABLET, I REPEAT NOT A PHABLET! Hope it's like whoever posted with the new N4 being Moto while N5 is LG.

Also, I can really see the Google Now/Siri type thing from the Moto X/new DROIDs (is this a Google or a Moto thing with the voice control actually controlling phone features like Siri instead of just search?) and Active Notification lockscreen being in 5.0, Moto X may be a testing ground and if successful, may be in AOSP?

And maybe some customisability, if possible? :)
+2
Richard Frost11 months ago
Can we have at least a Quad core CPU or maybe Octo Core?+1
Cipherr Cipher11 months ago
+Mark Avery
We already have the Multiple Nexus from Multi OEM's.... That rumor came true, its just that it was called the Google Edition phones.
+1
Andrew Ting11 months ago
Don't get why people are hoping it doesn't go to VZW. Moreover, in regard to the comment about needing CDMA, why not just push updates over the internet like they push apps to install with the play store and skip CDMA completely?+3
Yowan Rdotexe11 months ago
[Citation needed]
Harry potta11 months ago
Well this kinda scares me and I am a huge nexus whore, going by the moto x if it's anything like it I might be forced to buy a lg or sammy gahhh!+1
Chris Kochinsky11 months ago
People that say no Verizon make me laugh. Why wouldn't you want it on as many carriers as possible? If you're not on verizon it wouldnt affect you anyway. Quit acting like a little whiny girl for something that wouldn't deal with you anyway. Not to mention it would still be open and unlocked even if Verizon slowed updates +2
Ian Thomas11 months ago
+Chris Koch I would imagine from a manufactures stand point making a device that can be sold on one carrier in one country compared to making a device that can be sold on the majority of carriers world wide might make it a bit obvious of why building a Verizon specific device does not make much financial sense anymore. Also, ask some Galaxy Nexus owners if they will ever buy another Verizon Nexus. I would imagine all they can respond with is a sad face and a small sentence under their breath related to six month delays in updates.

Do I care if they release it to Verizon, nope. But do I expect them to? No. Its a small, extremely competitive market and the added cost of hardware, certifications, and minimum production numbers has got to make it pretty difficult to make money.
+2
J. L. Smith11 months ago
hey +Adam Smith check this out!!! +1
Greg Reynolds11 months ago
+Alexander Maxham +Adrian Neal  can you explain the CDMA and google not allowed to push out updates part? i have heard this before, but it doesn't make sense since apple can do it with iOS. thanks!
Greg Reynolds11 months ago
+Ian Thomas the update delays on verizon is the reason why i'm glad i bought a nexus... the dev community is awesome and the galaxy nexus is easy to hack, so i don't have to wait on verizon... i've been rocking 4.3 for a while now :-)+2
Chris Kochinsky11 months ago
+Ian Thomas the galaxy nexus was a POS and had nothing to do with updates. Poor battery, poor radios.
Ayman Kamal11 months ago
Coool .. kill em all bany moto
Jonathan Aves11 months ago
So long as it doesn't have always on voice recognition baked in I'll bite, but if it has it baked in as standard under a proprietary layer with the chipset then no thanks. Location all the time is one step but always on recognition I don't want thanks.
Chris Kochinsky11 months ago
+Jonathan Aves turn it off? Lol +1
Ian Thomas11 months ago
+Chris Koch Between my Gnex and the several we use at the office that are GSM. I am going to have to disagree. The GSM version has worked fine and still does. I'm not going to trade my N4 for one but they still work great.
Rob Payne11 months ago
Since we got LTE where I live (Finally!) I was tempted to upgrade from my Galaxy Nexus to the Moto X. Not anymore :)+1
Omar Vasquez11 months ago
i was really dying for news of the nexus 5. i was thinking that they wouldnt bother with the nexus line anymore bcuz of the GE phones. good to hear some rumors though
Bryan Mordt11 months ago
It is going to be a long wait until the end of the year. I can't wait to see how these offerings unfold. So far the race for me is between the Moto X and the Nexus 5. I am more than happy to give Motorola a chance and I really hope this rumor pans out. The only way it's a downer is if the off contract price is too high or the Nexus 5 is not available on Verizon.
Reza Samahin11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly by using the word 'a' are you implying more than one Nexus phone in the fall? Perhaps a low end model from Motorola say less than $200 and a high end successor to the N4? This would go well with the Apple rumors of a low end and high end model. As well, there were some rumors of key lime pie being optimised for ultra low end handsets. 
Xochitl Sandoval11 months ago
+Greg Reynolds apple can push their own updates because it's part of the agreement in order to sell the iPhone.
+Andrew Ting Verizon is in charged of ensuring that the updates don't break the drivers or other functionality. Remember that CDMA is proprietary were GSM is an international public standard.
+1
Bryan Mordt11 months ago
Yes please.
Jaime Martinez11 months ago
YES PLEASE. I hope the dimensions are the same or smaller than the Moto X.+2
Greg Reynolds11 months ago
+Xochitl Sandoval that's what i thought... so being CDMA doesn't have to mean google is locked out from updating android directly... it's all in the agreements/contracts right?
Gerry Ng11 months ago
+Google should give +Verizon Wireless another chance for a +Nexus phone!+4
Roshan John11 months ago
Hmm... things went sour over with LG huh? I'm not sure that Moto making the next Nexus is the best thing. LG has the technology that I want right now. 
Anyway, lets get some deeeets +Taylor Wimberly !!!
Dan Vo11 months ago
I'd be willing to bet that it'll be sporting Moto's new 8 core chip and will have a big emphasis on the camera...
Adrian Neal11 months ago
+Greg Reynolds Android devices have yet to bypass carrier involvement due to the fact it's open source...the iPhone is a tightly closed OS so from day one they negotiated that they would push updates to their own devices; been that way from the very start courtesy of Mr. Steve Jobs...also the reason there is zero bloatware or logos! The iPhone was his baby+1
Gerry Ng11 months ago
Let us know the carriers for the Moto Nexus phone +Taylor Wimberly !
Kevin Patton11 months ago
Proof please
Rajesh Handa11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly so Watch projects was deliberately delayed to launch with this phone.+1
Chris Kochinsky11 months ago
+Ian Thomas I meant on Verizon. Updates had nothing to do with the awful battery and poor radios +1
Jason Durden11 months ago
Want.
HeCareth M. Wosu11 months ago
Hahaha just posted a theory on this yesterday on the Verge forums http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/7/4599894/could-the-next-nexus-be-the-nexus-x
Erik Knudsen11 months ago
phenomenal news. keep the nexus program alive.
Jesus M. Rodriguez11 months ago
+Verizon will ruin the Nexus. +1
Ling Ly11 months ago
So can we finally get a top of the line phone with a physical keyboard?
Jesus M. Rodriguez11 months ago
+Ling Ly physical keyboards are probably dead except on a Blackberry. 
Charles Matthews11 months ago
+Derek Traini That response vague and was a refutation of another response.  Please, not Motorola. The Nexus 5 better 5.0" - 5.2", 1080p, quad core -- not like the colored case, dual core, 720p, sub-5" junk Moto just released.

What happened to the Nexus 5 prototype LG showed Google CEO back in May? I still don't believe Moto is making this. LG had a dual development plan for G2 and Nexus 5 -- specs were confirmed by South Korean newspaper Daum.

Don't screw this up, Google. I'll buy an unlocked Sony Xperia ZL C6506 (quad core, 5", HSPA+ pentaband, multiple LTE bands) in a heartbeat. I'm waiting on the Nexus 5, but I have a backup plan...
Charles Matthews11 months ago
+Paul Schmelzel I agree.  Nexus 5 based on G2 would have been perfect.  I don't need another sub-5", 720p, dual core phone.  I already have a 2011 Galaxy Nexus.
Charles Matthews11 months ago
+HeCareth M. Wosu You were WRONG in that article. Nexus has never been a "mid-range" phone.  In fact, the LG Nexus 4 consistently was voted one of the top phones most of this year.+1
Zain Ahmed11 months ago
i really hope this has ≥ the power of a snapdragon 800 if they aren't going qualcomm.
Mark Janzen11 months ago
if this is legit then it makes up for the moto x launch price buzz kill...
Zhihao Tang11 months ago
How to buy a nexus phone in China?:(
Brad Taylor11 months ago
Hate to disappoint all the Verizon fans but the Nexus is a developer phone and Verizon doesn't allow developer phones. In fact, the Nexus that was released on Verizon got it's support pulled. Good luck though
HeCareth M. Wosu11 months ago
+Charles Matthews look again the Nexus phones were never the top specd phones. In addition many folks do not want another 5"+ battery sucking phone with more power than you will ever need.

The Nexus line is a developer reference phone to show off the OS not the power of the hardware. It makes sense that it should not be the highest spec phone because not all Android phones have huge screens and quad core processors.
HeCareth M. Wosu11 months ago
A 1080 screen would be nice but I don't want it at the expense of battery life. Plus I like being able to use my phone in one hand, bigger is not always better.+1
Antony Williams11 months ago
well that sucks. After seeing the incredible hardware on the LG G2, I want that to be the next Nexus!+1
Brad Taylor11 months ago
I'm sure the specs will be fine, but I want that moto x oled screen! That is really cool+2
Kenton Douglas11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly ... I see your off again? The Moto X at "$199 off contract" worked out reasonably well for you - there's a lot of upset people complaining that the phone is overpriced. OK, so let's see. The Moto X isn't actually on the market yet, so let me start another false narrative about a Nexus from Motorola to dissuade people for actually buying it. 
Who are you working for Microsoft? Apple? LOL :)
+2
Eric Wingrove11 months ago
+Ian Thomas I've had a VZW Nexus for almost 2 yrs, I would definitely get another VZW Nexus. A little slow on the updates, but still had the latest and greatest way before most others. Bring it VZW, I won't complain, especially when I can still shore up my unlimited.
+1
Scott Sims11 months ago
Just give us decent battery life. Eight hours screen on time so it lasts and lasts. Not higher specs that needs to be charged every five minutes! +1
David Marzluf11 months ago
I really hope you are right please oh please god let him be right
Adam Smith11 months ago
+J. L. Smith this is good news! I want going to get a Moto X until I could order a custom one on Verizon anyway. Sounds like a lot of Motos to choose from come holiday season. +1
rhy o'drinnan11 months ago
Three questions: will it have an SD card slot? Can I install cyanogen mod? Will it be cheaper than the moto x? I need three yeses to buy.+1
Matthew Zhang11 months ago
this information will hit the selling of moto X+1
Tigran Cholakyan11 months ago
+Derek Traini Verizon will never get another Nexus device +2
Andrew Sayer11 months ago
Hi! Australia here. Please don't forget about us. Love from Down Under.
Salva Bueno11 months ago
Stock problems? I hope not...
James Melander11 months ago
+Derek Traini >verizon
Highly unlikely Google will release another Verizon Nexus, seeing as the last one (the Galaxy Nexus) tarnished the Nexus name because Verizon locked it down and made it shitty. VZW wont even let it get OTA updates from Google. Quite frankly I'm surprised they are letting Motorola supply them with their biggest selling devices, the Droids.  They could destroy Verizon in minutes by doing that and quite frankly I wish they would. Fuck Verizon.
+1
please  the next nexus to latinoamerica!
Phillip Clark11 months ago
Maybe this is the 'interesting' phone Motorola hinted would be coming to UK later this year? Since we're not getting the Moto X..
Birol Cin11 months ago
You guys should not believe everything someone else writes here...
Stéphane Juban11 months ago
You omitted to say "for the US continent only" ...+2
Amon RA11 months ago
Pff...Everyone already knows that the Nexus 5 will be from LG and based on the G2... ;-)
Alex Dorovskikh11 months ago
If Motorola makes the next Nexus phone, it won't be released in Russia. Sad but true. :(
Christopher Soul11 months ago
I can't wait to pay double the price for this in Australia
bjorn vanoppen11 months ago
meizu it is
Simon Stewart11 months ago
That's very cool news!!!
Michael Buchzik11 months ago
let's wait if the battery can be changed ... if not it's a clear no-buy like Nexus 4 :-/
Tim Markowiak11 months ago
Be sure to release it in Germany as soon as else where. 
David Swanson11 months ago
+rhy o'drinnan I doubt that Google will ever support a phone with an SD slot again. They will always push for you to store data in the cloud. They can learn more about you with your data in the cloud easier than they can with the data on the SD card. A small amount of device based memory to handle apps and buffer data in use but storage will be done off site. Not a bad thing as you have cross device access and access at all time even after a phone upgrade.+3
Raghav Namburi11 months ago
Top class manufacturer's do not support SD slot, because of some bottle necks they create.So they insist on the on board memory
Ravi Kulkarni11 months ago
Just in from Deep Throat! Nexus world phone, tegra 4i, X8 architecture, 2Gram/8Grom, 720p, $199 pre paid.
:-) Just Kidding. 
Christopher Li-Reid11 months ago
OMG THE CLOUD....its like you people have never heard of remote file storage and that it was invented by apple only a few years ago or something.

On board storage wouldn't be a problem if they put terabyte storage in them.
Christopher Li-Reid11 months ago
Also ewwww @ wanting to put cyanogen on a new unit .. Its a slow laggy and buggy ROM.
Alex Smirnoff11 months ago
they killed Droid! Bastards!+1
Pete Michaelson11 months ago
It wasn't a year ago (or maybe it was, I can't tell anymore) that rumors were flying around that Google was going to start releasing multiple Nexus devices from different manufacturers. While I would say that the Google Edition phones are essentially the same thing, I wonder why both LG and Motorola couldn't manufacture Nexus phones?

I don't know that that's the case and speculation from me is worth less than nothing, but two low-cost Nexus-branded phones isn't anything that I would be against.
Pete Michaelson11 months ago
+Christopher Li-Reid CyanogenMod slow, laggy, and buggy? I've never had that experience with a CM ROM, unless it was an early beta (and in that case, it's to be expected). I have CM 10.2 (Android 4.3) running on my S4 right now and it works phenomenally well.+1
Christopher Li-Reid11 months ago
Anything with 1gb or less of ram it runs sluggish compared to other ROMs. Also their ROMs aren't really tailored to specific phones so cm10.1 on say a galaxy s2 is way flaky and its a stable release..same with the release for my note 1..its slow and reboots aoot and the gos camera and Bluetooth don't work...and its also a stable release
Jason Gregory11 months ago
So LG Nexus 5 and a Moto Nexus 4 v2. Sweet!!!!!!!!
Ray Afara11 months ago
Please be true!!
Babatunde Shonubi11 months ago
That will definitely be a potential knock and smack down in the smmartphone war.+1
sam danna11 months ago
That's all anyone wants is a moto x with a snapdragon 800 and a amazing camera. And for a no compromise phone people will be willing to shell out good money.
Mike Neufeld11 months ago
I think Sony deserves to make a new Nexus.
Stefan Mai11 months ago
I'm not a big fan of Motorola, but then I also wasn't a fan of LG before the Nexus 4.
Let's just hope that it won't be a phone built by Americans for Americans in America and only available to Americans in America like the Moto America, I mean Moto X.
+4
J. L. Smith11 months ago
I don't think it will be a phone. I'm guessing a smart watch+1
Diego Neves11 months ago
Apenas ansioso.
Just anxious.
Translated from Portuguese|Original
Joshua Porrata11 months ago
+Oscar Cortes My GFs N4 gets much faster speeds than my LTE gnex gets now(this has not always been the case) but my gnex still feels faster because of the much lower ping. 
if the new nexus has 5 inch or more, i won't like it!+2
Jonathan New11 months ago
So are both Motorola Nexus 4 & LG Nexus 5 reality this year?+1
Allen S'quard11 months ago
I don't see Motorola doing a Nexus phone, yet... My guess is LG (again - which would be awesome) or Sony this time (I just think they would do a NICE Nexus device with Bravia engine)
D.W. Hallgren11 months ago
Finally!!!
Umberto Romano11 months ago
cool can you be more specific
Manu Sreeraj11 months ago
Is that Nexus 5..??
Joe Balbona11 months ago
Google needs to keep the patents and dump the rest of Motorola.  The mindset of the employees there is hopeless.
Oscar Cortes11 months ago
+Joshua Porrata I would agree it does have a lower ping, but only because the N4 only has hspa+. Have you tried the N4 with LTE if there is any in your area? My GF also has an N4 and will soon try out the LTE here in houston to see what ping I get. I'm pretty sure it will be just as good.
Dipen Verma11 months ago
If its "a" Nexus Phone.. I dont mind.. however if its "The" Nexus Phone.. Then this is a very very sad news for someone lyk me who lives in India. Moto shut shop in India some tym ago, and if this happens.. Then There is no way I can get my hands on the next nexus.. #Disapointed   #MotoFail  
Charles Bartley11 months ago
I think a lot of you are missing the fact that with Verizon's moving to 100% 4G LTE with their phones having true 4G instead of a hybrid chip of 4G/3G, Verizon will be on GSM technology and fully governed by their block spectrum agreement. LTE is the evolution of GSM/UMTS standard not CDMA and is being recognized as the first global wireless technology.

So there is a big possibility that a Nexus could come back to the Verizon network considering it's plans to push VOLTE phones at the end of this year.
Dominic D'souza11 months ago
Finally !!!!!!!Cant wait to get my hand on it!!!+1
KanagaDeepan N11 months ago
I am waiting for more details from you...
Bupesh Jain11 months ago
They need to hurry up. My Galaxy Nexus is on the cusp of dying 
Oscar Cortes11 months ago
Mine is too lol!!!!!
Kierra Sharp11 months ago
Tht is pretty
Keomars Li11 months ago
Take my money, and give my new Nexus! lol
Feras Daragma11 months ago
i want a lg g2 based nexus because the specs are beast
David Swanson11 months ago
+Bupesh Jain I am still sporting an HTC Incredible in the name of waiting for the phone that meets my needs - please hurry. 
Michael Greco11 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly Verizon???
Cipherr Cipher11 months ago
+Rabid Rotty
I dont think you caught my point there. There was never going to be multiple 'Nexus' devices. The rumor was Multiple Nexus because someone heard about the multiple Google Edition phones and described it wrong. After that the details got thin as the rumor passed from person to person.

But that rumor did come true. Its very easy to see how someone could find out that there would be a Nexus 7, Nexus 10 Nexus 4 and a GE S4 and GE HTC1 that all have timely updates and describe it as '5 Nexus devices'.
+2
Usman Urahman11 months ago
How do you even know :/ 
Andre Harvey10 months ago
i find a moto nexus to be an intruiging proposition.......... now i want to assume that such a device would be high end. but im hving some problems imagining that. The recently released moto x while certianly very nice is a mid tier phone but priced high end.....so if a nexus is made would it be with higher stats but same price point of the moto x?  seems unlikely .....whats more likely is that they will try to do abest bang for your buck type smartphone which means compromises. that would be disappointing to me.  i woud love a top end nexus fully specced out comparable to say the G2 and im willing to pay ~ 600 for that. Expecting google to subsiize the cost of a high end pone isnt realistic
Jonathan New10 months ago
I just want it wood.
Arthur Dixon10 months ago
1. 5 inch display (no amoled) 
2. Snapdragon 800 (or newer if there is any) 
3. Please, please, please no plastic 
4. 2gb of ram should be fine, if not more. 
5. 32GB MEMORY!!!!!!!! (tbh forget cloud, i play a lot of games and 16 gb is not even close for me ) 
6. BIG BATTERY at least 3000mah.  so many phones now a days with such crappy batteries, like are the manufacturers THAT retarded? look at the xperia z ultra, 6.4 inch display with a 3000 mah battery? really? that thing should have close to 4000, and the new nexus 7, better hardware but smaller battery ? cmon google why are you doing this to us for. 
Miles Storey10 months ago
A new Nexus 4 would be great, if it has to be a Nexus 5 fingers crossed it's no more than 5".
David Swanson10 months ago
+Andre Harvey I think you should look at the LG G2 I think it hits most of what you want, I don't think the NEXUS program will hit all of your marks.

+Miles Storey I agree - I love the form factor of the Moto X I think it is the right side.
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Andre Harvey10 months ago
+David Swanson true. I one amoled screens and I want a close to stock experience . as this device is my primary device i don't want the headaches of romming unless necessary. So far I'm more thinking of getting the s4 and romming that as my least worst scenario. But the moto x is really really intruiging to me. The g2 is slightly behind. Now trying to figure out Google is a fools game. Look at the chromebook laptop. All the time they were churning out low spec machines and without warning they release the high end pixel chromebook. So who knows really. I admit a top end nexus is a low probability event
Travis Dobynes10 months ago
I can't wait, as soon as this cones out im switching to T-mobile and I expected Motorola to make it, Google owns the company, why outsource? And the specs better kill the Moto X's specs
Andre Harvey10 months ago
+Travis Dobynes what would you be willing to pay for that? I'm reminded of Google experience devices that everyone was clamoring for until they got it. And them silence. Now we all want 3g ram 64g space with removable battery n SD cards phonesb built out of adamantium n 4k resolution screen 
Travis Dobynes10 months ago
+Andre Harvey so you're saying that each Nexus phone hasn't been better than the last?
Chak Amin10 months ago
Just put out a proper international Droid Maxx Google Play Edition and we're all set.
Andre Harvey10 months ago
+Travis Dobynes yes each nexus has been better than the last but is that a factor of the passage of time rather than a changing philosophy. in other words the nexus was originally intended to be a developer phone and as such was never intended to be cutting edge technology. Now of course we all want it to be but even last year while the nexus 4 was an awesome phone at an awesome price . it didnt represent cutting edge tech. couple that with the fact that moto/google has expressed skepticism at the 5' and 1080p form factor and instead want to focus on user experience and you have a a new nexus phone thatt may not be cutting edge in terms of spec. For me personally if they can do the Moto X in full HD amoled and improve the camera, then i would buy. Removable battery, expandable memory, etc im willing to compromise on
im excited to see what the nexus 5 turns out to be.
I may return mytouchwiz galaxy s4 
Romolo Peterson10 months ago
I hope it's called the nexus x
Travis Dobynes10 months ago
+Andre Harvey u have a point about "the passage of time", but I agree that I'm really just looking for what the Moto X is lacking. With a lk the hype that surrounded it, I was slightly dissapointed with some of the specs. Im just really hoping the Nexus 5 will outshine it with tech instead of features.+1
Andre Harvey10 months ago
+Travis Dobynes  are you willing to pay top tier phone price though?
For example if the nexus X (+Romolo Peterson  nice!!!!) isnt subsidized thats what it would end up costing.
the moto maker is really cool by the way. i like the aspect of customizing the colors on your phone a lot
the more i think of it the more i think that this phone will end up sending ripples through the industry.
Romolo Peterson10 months ago
Phitsamay Saysana10 months ago
Please tell Moto and Google not to make a 5" display. It's too big and so inconvenient. And please feature Nexus 5 with android 5.0, better camera, better storage, better battery and better performance than iphone and that brick s4.
andy mckenzie10 months ago
I hope so, I'm in uk and was going to get nexus 4 but lack of sd storage was a no no, considering a Samsung s4 google play edition but will wait to see what happens with nexus 5 launch/specs+1
Coming on Google Play(sim-unlocked) ??
Thomas Williams10 months ago
+David Swanson
 I think we are all tired of being owned by the carrier, but here we are - using unregulated mega-manopolies, our wallets are open. With all the latest Moto phones all-band, the Mo-Nexus might even be carrier agnostic! Probably some technical detail that prevents it...(under-breath "bahstids")
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David Guerreiro10 months ago
Take my money Motorola :)
Aaron Jaeger10 months ago
When will the leaks start?
Jared Isch10 months ago
I wonder if this was was really just a moto x google edition and not "the nexus."
Thomas Williams10 months ago
Wimberly's original post is "Motorola will release a Nexus smartphone in Q4 (that is not the Moto X)." I, for one, trust him on that.
andy mckenzie10 months ago
I can't wait for nexus launch, going for S4 Google edition right now
rhy o'drinnan10 months ago
When we going to have an official CyanoGenMod phone?  THAT's what I want!+1
Savva Gulich10 months ago
What about russian users, will they get their moto nexus 5?
Xochitl Sandoval10 months ago
+Kenton Douglas actually Motorola just announced one hundred dollars off the phone if you trade in a qualifying phone. He wasn't entirely off. WWW.mototradeup.com
John Caban10 months ago
Waiting to see if it is made for Verizon (LTE). It sucks a lot of good phones go to sub par companies!!!!Tried AT&T and T-Mobile but Verizon works best in my area, near Worcester, Mass. Don't disappoint us Verizon people!!
Kay Zee10 months ago
I rad some different story on http://www.mobileosworld.com
LTE is going to be soon available in Europe, I hope it will support LTE...Also I hope the camera is FULL HD...
Kenton Douglas10 months ago
+Xochitl Sandoval A price discount has nothing to do with a Nexus device.
Joshua Nathaniel10 months ago
So I guess you were wrong?
Eduardo Salas10 months ago
Yep, most definitely.  
BF Magee10 months ago
Motorola will make the New Nexus 4, LG will make the Nexus 5.
Joshua Nathaniel10 months ago
Okay. Well Sony is going to make the Nexus 6.
Jon Keller9 months ago
Is this rumor still in play?  If so, I hope that this is announced (or at least strongly teased) before the LG Nexus 5 becomes available.  Otherwise, tons of people including myself will buy the LG model on day 1.  Announcing the Motorola model a month after that would be a lot worse for the sales numbers, compared to announcing it a week or so before the LG model becomes available.
Taylor Wimberly9 months ago
+Jon Keller Info came from a reliable source. Plans change and projects get killed (moto xWATCH), so w will have to wait and see what happens.+1
Jon Keller9 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly Fair point. Thanks for the response!
Levi Stuckey9 months ago
still crossing my fingers for this one!
Javier Vazquez9 months ago
+Taylor Wimberly could this be a lower cost Motorola Nexus device?
http://www.androidauthority.com/moto-dvx-specs-leak-281366/
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Bradley Blackburn8 months ago
Can you update us on this? Does your source say this is still going to happen? Been holding out for a new phone for a while waiting for this. +Taylor Wimberly +1
Taylor Wimberly8 months ago
+Bradley Blackburn Nothing new to share. Clues point to Moto G/DVX, but it could be something else. Should know soon.