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    The Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) will not be supported by Android 7.0 Nougat

    When Google announced Android Nougat was on the way, two devices were left off the supported list. The Nexus 7 (2013) and the Nexus 5. Those Android enthusiasts who fell in love with the Nexus 5 will now be left to ROM developers if they want Android Nougat.
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    DEAL: Nexus 5 (32GB) selling for $150 on Woot

    Seems Google and LG are unloading excess inventory of the Nexus 5. The phone can now be purchased on Woot for $150 with a limit of three units per customer. The phone's specs may seem antiquated by today's standards, but it does run Android Marshmallow and could be a great starter smartphone for...
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    Even though the Nexus 5 code repo has references to "N Preview", it will not be officially supported

    When Google started pushing out the Android M developer preview builds, some found hints of the code within the Nexus 4 repository. This stirred up some rumors that Google was going to eventually release a build for it but it never happens. Now, the same thing is happening again with Android N...
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    DEAL: Pick up a refurbished 32GB Nexus 5 for $139.99 on eBay

    eBay seller mobilepros1 has manufacturer refurbished 32GB Nexus 5s in both Black and White for only $140. The seller has a 97.9% positive feedback rating, will ship the device for free and it ships from Miami Florida. http://www.ebay.com/itm/191787890396
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    Mulder and Scully are using a Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 in the new X-Files show

    With the new X-Files episodes airing now, someone noticed that Mulder is using the Nexus 5 in a case while Scully was seen using the Nexus 6.
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    This person modded their Nexus 5 and added a microSD slot

    It's been years since a Nexus device had a microSD card slot but that hasn't stopped a particular Reddit user. This person took the back off their Nexus 5, soldered a microSD card slot to the micro USB pins and then covered it all up with a Spigen case.