Google has been busy partnering with Nestle for a KitKat themed Android 4.4 release, but it seems all the chocolate excitement may have given us an early look at the Nexus 5. In a promotional video accompanying the KitKat announcement, a Google employee can be seen taking pictures, at around 38 seconds, of the new lawn statue. The employee in question is holding what looks like a new Nexus device, with the rear of the device featuring a horizontal Nexus logo — just like the new Nexus 7— and a matte finish and large camera lens that hasn't appeared on any existing Nexus devices. The mystery device also includes an LG logo at the rear, meaning the two companies may be collaborating on another Nexus handset.
quote: Really? That seems like a complete waste of money.
It is a waste of money, but you would be surprised how much people will pay for a used phone. I just upgraded to two S4's for the wife and I for $99 each from AT&T, and sold our two old SII Skyrockets for $125 each. Got my bill reduced too.
quote: Do some of y'all buy a new phone every year?
Yes i do. I have a few lines to go back and forth on upgrades every year. I just used one to get the htc one. Cause i wasn't impressed with ios 7. Or the new iphone that will come out. Maybe apple will wow me next year. But as of now i am happy with the htc one. But having those extra lines allows you the flexibility to upgrade whenever you want.