Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Jul 03, 2015
Release Date: Oct 30, 2013
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Google raises the bar with every release of Nexus. It has once again shown why it is worth waiting for its Nexus devices - the device comes with best-in-the-industry specs in the fields of display, OS, camera and processor, while the remaining specs are also great. This device has all it takes to snatch the crown for the best Android smartphone in the world.
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Nexus phone releases are timed to let Google have the last word - and what a way to have it! A phone that matches any flagship on specs and premieres the latest OS version, but costs barely half as much as some of them. The Nexus 5 promises a great finale to yet another exciting smartphone season and it`s not only the droids that stand to attention. This could have been a deja-vu moment for everybody but the fifth gen Google phone will probably h...
The Nexus 5 is the best that Google has to offer right now. It is a lean, mean Android machine, beyond the reach of OEM embellishment and carrier bloatware. It delivers a streamlined experience that`s stylish, refined, and lightning fast, and it does all this at a jaw-droppingly low price. You can snag the 16GB version of the Nexus 5 for £299 or you can lay down an extra £40 and get the 32GB version for £339. In terms of hardwar...
Pros: Great value, Lightning fast, Lovely screen, Android 4.4,
Cons: Average battery life, Low-light camera performance, No expandable memory,
Verdict: There`s a minimalist charm to the Nexus 5 that`s hard to resist. It`s comfortable to hold, the display looks great, it`s extremely fast, and it never slips up or stutters. This is Google`s invitingly priced vision of a premium Android smartphone....
Just what is a Nexus? The definition of Google’s homegrown gadget lineup has evolved — if not changed beyond all recognition — in the almost four years since the arrival of the Nexus One. Originally expensive, exclusive and developer-centric, Nexus is now solidly a consumer-focused brand. With wallet-friendly price tags, a Nestle-promoted launch, numerous carrier and retailer partners and new, prettier software, the LG-built Nexus 5 is more...
Pros: Solid build quality. Bright, good-looking screen. Top-notch performance. KitKat delivers a welcome visual refresh to Android while adding useful and important new features. Built-in wireless charging. HDR+ mode is capable of taking awesome photos. By far
Cons: Average battery life. Camera is slow to focus, and requires too much time and effort to get great shots. Video camera drops frames in low light.
Verdict: As a high-end Android phone, the Nexus 5 doesn’t exactly nail it in every category. However the price point, speed and quality of user experience makes the Nexus 5 a great device for regular people as well as nerds. Nexus doesn’t necessarily mea...
Follow @chrisfinnamore Google launched its latest own-brand smartphone with little fanfare. A simple press release, then two hours later the LG-manufactured Google Nexus 5 was available to buy. The phone itself is a big deal, though. It is, quite simply, amazing value. Almost everything about the Nexus 5's specification is top-drawer, from its Snapdragon 800 processor to its Full HD screen and the very latest version of Android; 4.4 KitKat (now u...
Verdict: The Google Nexus 5 does almost everything right for a very reasonable price...
Overall User Rating (3.7 Out of 5 based on 3 ratings)
Best Features: performance, you cannot find a lag
Pros: Display, performance, faster updates. I don't use camera much, so the camera is good for me
Overall: The Best phone ever had
Best Features: SCREEN RESOLTUTION, TOUCH AND PROCESSOR IS VERY GOOD AND THE PHONE WORKS VERY FAST
Pros: SCREEN RESOLTUTION, TOUCH AND PROCESSOR IS VERY GOOD AND THE PHONE WORKS VERY FAST
Cons: MIC PROBLEM
Overall: The main prob in the phone is that its MIC dosnt work properly sometimes which disturbs the clear conversation.