It's been a long time coming, but Canonical has officially confirmed that it won't be supporting the new Nexus 5 devices, at least not yet. Google released Nexus 5 a few months ago and users have been asking constantly if Canonical is willing to officially support the new device. In short, the answer is no, the long response is not yet.
The following tutorial will teach all users of the Ubuntu Linux operating system how to install their beloved distribution on the popular Nexus 7 tablet from Google and ASUS. Ubuntu for Nexus 7 was officially announced by no other than Mark Shuttleworth, the creator of the Ubuntu operating system, back in October 2012, but Ubuntu for Nexus 7 will s... (read more)
I was planning on getting the Nexus 5 some time back, but then rumors of the Nexus 6 started popping up. With it now looking like the Nexus 6 won't see a release, would the Nexus 5 be worth picking up this year with other phones like the Moto X+1 on the horizon?
The Nexus 5 smartphone has been release by Google for a while now, but Canonical hasn't said anything yet about officially porting Ubuntu Touch on the new device.There is a big community of developers who are already porting Ubuntu Touch on a lot of other devices, including Samsung S4, for example. Other less known devices will also probably get ports soon.
Canonical has been developing Ubuntu Touch for more than a year and so far the supported devices haven't changed much, with the exception of the announcement about dropping the Nexus (mako) support, but now a new member has joined the family.Although one of the most asked questions in the mailing list and the forums is about the Ubuntu Touch support for Nexus 5, another piece of hardware
I've been getting into big tablets and I hate all of the touchwiz stuff along with every other version of stock so that cuts out just about every other tablet brand. I have a nexus 7 2013 that I am planning to sell for a nexus 10 because from what I've heard it still performs well and that's what I would really want.