Summary: We purchased and LG Nexus 5 and we had to return the phone twice for repairs. They told my wife after the first time that she was getting a new phone. Turns out it was the same phone with "repairs". After 5 months that phone is not working. BEWARE of these phones!!!
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: I was very disappointed to see the value for my money after buying and referring nexus 5 to others. By the end of warranty period, this phone started not switching ON. When I complain to service center, they simply said your phone is out of warranty and hence pay for the service.
Summary: I would have rated it 5-star if I didn't have to spent hours online searching for the correct instructionas on how to access the SIM card. The unit didn't come with user manual. The so-called user manual on LG.com is actually only a quick start instruction that doesn't help at all.
Summary: I purchased this phone as a replacement for my aging Galaxy Nexus. It was a good value, the performance meets all of my expectations and the promised upgrade to Lollipop was a key factor in my decision.
Summary: I've had my phone for about a month now. Pros: - Standby battery - Double-tap feature - Large screen - Fast response - Sleek design - Removable battery Cons: - Delay on camera (there are some fixes out there) - Phone calls: I've been told my voice is super muffled using this phone - Aux jack: it's a...
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, removable battery