The LG-made Nexus 5 might soon get a version with 64GB of built-in memory. The new version of the smartphone will reportedly debut alongside the previously leaked, Nexus X by Motorola.
Allegedly, even with 64GB of memory on board, the Nexus 5 will sit at a lower price point than the upcoming Nexus X. Considering the typical $350-400 price point of the flagship smartphones by Google, a cheaper Nexus 5 is bound to spell trouble for just about every mid-range handset out there.
Longer shelf life for Nexus 5 shouldn't catch anyone by surprise - Google still has the Nexus 10 by Samsung listed in the Play Store, despite its quickly approaching second birthday. Besides, the device is well equipped even by today's standards.