T-Mobile: Nexus 5 will be here ‘in time for holidays’

T-Mobile: Nexus 5 will be here ‘in time for holidays’

T-Mobile has joined Sprint in announcing the upcoming availability of the Nexus 5. Unfortunately, T-Mobile does not have any specifics to provide outside of “in time for the holidays”. Considering the device runs $349-$399 through the Google Play Store we should look for the same price out of the Magenta lovin’ Un-carrier.

Powered by the latest and most advanced Android™ 4.4 OS – Kit Kat – Nexus 5 is built to deliver a pure Android experience with a stunning, lightweight design, powerful 2.26GHz quad-core processor and LTE capabilities to keep people connected and multitasking while on the go.
In the coming weeks, customers will be able to purchase the Nexus 5 at an affordable price with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan or, when eligible, upgrade through its JUMP! program at participating T-Mobile retail stores, select dealers and online at www.T-Mobile.com. More information, including availability and pricing, will be available soon.

Head to T-Mobile for more details.

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