DigiTimes even reaches so far as to make it seem like news that the Nexus 5 is likely going to sell at a "mid-range" price just like the Nexus 4. Sure, we haven't had any confirmation on that fact, but once you start selling smartphones unlocked for 8GB, there is no going back. The outrage that would come if Google stepped back on that and sold the Nexus 5 for $600 would be insane. At least the article does try to focus down another rumor that has been floating around about the release window for the phone.
The long term rumor from earlier this year has stated that Google was aiming for an October release for the device. Recently there was a rumor that claims the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 would be released on October 14th, although the source for that was suspect. DigiTimes is confirming that October is the target for the device, but doesn't say when in the month it will be.