Reviews and Problems with LG Google Nexus 5 / D821
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good house keeping
16 April 2014
Excerpt: The successor to the Nexus 4, the Nexus 5 comes unlocked and contract free and can be ordered through the Google Play store. Upon release, the Nexus 5 was the first phone to feature Google's all new Android 4.4 KitKat OS, which has optimized software and a modernized look.
Pros: Excellent display quality, Excellent performance – ideal for running the newest Android games and visual apps, Comfortable to hold in hand, Slim and portable, Easy to read on, Easy to navigate
Summary: The fifth element. As early as the Nexus 4, Google has offered a price-competitive challenge to the rest of the smartphone manufacturing world. The current hardware flagship puts its direct competitors under powerful pressure, because the Nexus 5 offers extremely high-powered hardware and Google's...
Pros: Price, Android 4.4 KitKat, Workmanship quality, Color fidelity of the display, High display brightness, Updates provided, The price of the Nexus 5 makes for a very clear argument to buy. Google has once again made its price spiral down and made life difficult for its competitors. In addition, the...
Cons: Storage cannot be upgraded, Non-removable battery, Speaker sound quality, Google should either have made it possible to switch out the battery or provided a version with greater capacity. It is obviously possible, as the LG G2 proves.
Summary: Inside the Nexus 5 is a non-removable 8 Wh (2,300 mAh) battery that’s complemented by Qi wireless charging. Compared to the Nexus 4, the Nexus 5’s battery is 10% larger, but still a full 30% smaller than the 11.4 Wh (3,000 mAh) battery used in the Xperia Z1 and LG G2, both Snapdragon 800-powered...
Summary: Nexus phones have always been about winning over Android purists who detest software skins and carrier bloatware. That's still the case, but Google has managed to broaden that appeal with the $349 Nexus 5.
Conclusion: If you're after a phone that will happily cruise through any task you throw at it and allow you take advantage of everything Android has to offer, but can't afford the £500 phones at the top of the market, the Nexus 5 is the phone for you.
Pros: Price makes it fantastic value for money, powerful, quad-core processor, Android 4.4 KitKat, slim and neat
Cons: No microSD card slot, camera performance could be better, design might be too functional for some
Summary: Google Nexus 5 smartphone comes with charm and design influence that are hard to resist. The handset is very much comfortable to hold, is impressively fast and never stutters. Nexus 5 is strictly a developer’s device touted as one of the best Android smartphones ever made.
Pros: Android 4.4 KitKat OS , Impressive design structure , Blazing fast performance , Decent camera , Extremely fair Pricing , Hassle free video streaming
Cons: No microSD card support , Average battery life , NO FM Radio , Non user-replaceable battery
Summary: Android smartphones with top of the line specs are available dime a dozen. But these smartphones charge a premium that borders near the price of the iPhone. The only flagship class Android line that does not ask for a kidney is Google’s own Nexus line.
Conclusion: For around Rs 30,000, the Nexus 5 is the most powerful smartphone from a top-tier brand. Plus, it offers that “pure” Android 4.4 (Kitkat) experience. Maybe its design is too safe, but the construction is undoubtedly great.
Pros: Android Kitkat out of the box; Impressively sharp screen; Excellent for gaming; Well priced.
Cons: Battery life could have been better; Average camera.
Despite a few flaws, the Nexus 5 offers impressive value for money and comes highly recommended
Good Gear Guide.au
7 January 2014
Summary: The Nexus 5 boasts an excellent screen, powerful internals and runs the latest version of Android, but is slightly let down by poor battery life, and a camera that can't quite match its flagship competitors. Despite a few flaws, it offers impressive value for money and comes highly recommended.
Pros: Excellent screen, Powerful internals and performance, Android 4.4 is a nice update
Cons: Mediocre battery life, Some camera quirks, No expandable memory