Reviews and Problems with LG Google Nexus 5 / D821
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Sturdy android phone
Tum, B&H Photo
6 days ago
Excerpt: Great phone for those who are already using some Nexus related phone or tablet. Easy to sync and maintain. Good sturdy feel to the device. Don't like the camera on the back with the lens sticking out a bit from the profile of the phone.
Excerpt: I've owned one of these for almost a year and now purchased a second one for my wife. They work great, get the latest Android updates, and are reasonable priced. I especially love the cable free changing with a Qi charger purchased separately.
Excerpt: Camera is normally a secondary consideration for my phones. If it works and is good enough for Facebook, it's fine. But trying to photograph toddlers with the Nexus 5 is painful. The lag between trigger and shot is long, and will occasionally lose focus. This may be an artifact of the recent OS update, though. For stationary targets the camera is fine, once it figures out what to do with the focus.Outside of the camera, this is everything I hoped it would be.
Summary: Great phone. was bought to my wife to replace the Nexus 4. Only problem I had was connecting it to a PC. 4 PC's didn't recognize the phone. After searching for a solution, I found out I am not the only one experiencing such issues.
Summary: I bought 3 of these for work. They are slightly cheaper on Amazon than on the Google Play store. The power cord looks like it was created for the UK but comes with a US power adapter to go over it. That makes the plug stick far out of the wall or power strip. Otherwise the phones are new & work as intended.