Reviews and Problems with LG Google Nexus 5 / D821
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Probable refurbished, wreless charging not working, because needed module is not installed at all
3 weeks ago
Summary: This phone came to me with the wireless charger removed. I think it was a refurbished one, with the back panel not original. It's because there was no wireless charging part, no IMEI sticker on the back and I've noticed right away that there was no magnets - this phone do not get attached to the...
Summary: I bought this phone about 1.5 years back. I am writing this review to air my feelings as my phone is now done. Consider yourself warned since this is not a typical review. I had always bought iPhones but wanted to try out Android phone and went for this one as reviews were good, and more...
Summary: For the most part I like the phone. Only problem is the battery. I knew it by review I read before the purchase but oh boy! It really sucks. You need to charge at least 2 times a day just for a normal use.
Summary: Highly disappointed with LG. Within a year, the sound quality had gotten so bad, the person on the other line can barely hear me. The processor speed and camera are decent but sound quality had really gone bad over time.
Summary: The Nexus 5 is an amazing, top-shelf, high-end phone. THIS phone worked great for about 5.5 months, then the WiFi stopped working. It is not a software issue, because it is still on the 4.4.4 KitKat OS. It is a hardware issue that seems like the WiFi antennae just came unplugged or something.
Summary: The seller lied and stated that my Nexus 5 was D821 when upon further inspection it was D820, which is why I could only use HSPA+ everything was going perfectly fine and a few months later my Nexus 5 dies on me out of no where. I run a YouTube channel about tech and my Nexus 5 was my lifeline.
Summary: I love the screen resolution, camera quality, speed, Qi wireless charging capability, and interface. Battery life was pretty miserable under the original Android 4.2--- couldn't even go 18 hours (all day) between charges, and even with a strong signal I routinely lost 10% of charge per hour without...
The Nexus 5: A beautiful, high-end android you can never enjoy...
7 February 2015
Summary: The elegant, yet understated Nexus 5 is the perfect phone...for people who don't mind having to constantly use it while attached to it's charger. The only way this phone will last you more than 6 hours on one charge is if you have the screen to the absolute lowest setting, and turn off your data...