ram, 21 Mar 2015Will nexus worth its price Nexus 5 is worth it but nexus 6 isn't!
ram, 21 Mar 2015Will nexus worth its price
Off course it is.. Go for it man..!!
You will love its performance..!!
The best android phone I have ever bought. Nexus 5. I will buy battery backup case,3800 mAh, enough for one charging a specialty for heavy users :)
I Dont know about why people complaining about Nexus-5...?
I am using this since 1 year, many of my friends as well, fully satisfied, had some minor issues initially but all gone as of now.
No regrets, still enjoying Nexus & will keep enjoying for at least one more year.
Love my NEXUS-5.
madk, 19 Mar 2015Totally disappointed. Battery.build quality. Speakers all are.only camera is good.I ll not rec... moreIt's a nexus ... If we all wanted bigger battery and better build we would have gone for an xperia z3 or similar. Build quality and cheaper materials are what kept the price of this phone down... And the weight too which makes it a joy to use.
Totally disappointed. Battery.build quality. Speakers all are.only camera is good.I ll not recommend this to any one.otherwise its maker of LG.cheap plastic like Samsung.i have moto x .it's works very well witouth any problem.
Mine is a unbelievable problem, sim singles gone, another phone same single has signals. Then restart signal coming without making a call only dialing and call ended. What shud Ido, its nexus turn fr the worst.
last January i buy nexus 5 now with in one year i am facing lost of problem in nexus 5 not only me that problem facing also my friend ,
Please don't make that chip quality large amt mobile
RIP Nexus 5. I got hold of a 32GB white model at a extremely low price but it had WiFi problems related to the motherboard itself and when I sent it back, no stock for a replacement. This phone is amazing with it's stock stock 5.1 rom and ElementalX custom kernel.
Has anybody here tried playing real boxing on 5.0.1? Never seen a battery get zapped in under 90mins till I played this game on my nexus 5. Brightness was only 40% too.
althrough it should have expandable storage space, this is the best phone ever made! compared it to iphone 6 and they were the same good but the nexus is 1 year older! wow!
I was happy with the phone. At that time its OS was Android 4.4.4. Worked very nicely.
When Android 5 updates came I updated the OS. But my phone contacts' group facility disappeared. Because of this reason I am not enjoying the phone.
How do I get back group facility in contacts?.
Battery is biggest issue, it ends very fast. Its costly phone but due to battery problem do not buy it, not worth....
Satheesh Chennai , 13 Mar 2015I have one problem with this phone is Camera. When I go from one WiFi location to another WiFi... moreCheck for the os updates and its version, coz of lollipop updates many of the user has the same problem.
These are just a few thoughts from my user experience with the Nexus 5 for almost a year
Design: the Nexus 5 is an underrated design, but it felt very good in the hand. Minimalist, monolithic and clean, it was always good to handle in spite of its width which felt, at times, too wide. Other than that the only complaint came from the positioning of the earpiece. In trying to get most of the real-estate for the screen, the earpiece was to high-up and therefore the phone did not feel the most comfortable on the ear. But other than that, the phone was a great and simple piece of design. Let’s not forget, though, that the Nexus 5 was fabulous value for money, in my opinion the best of the Android flagships at its time of release in terms of bang per buck.
Screen: The screen on this phone is exceptional. Period. Forget about numbers for a second. I loved the Nexus 5 bias towards warmer colors, it was bright, punchy it worked well in the sunlight, brilliant on games and/or apps, responsive, sensitive, the lot. So, all these numbers and specifications mean absolutely nothing, what matters is the experience you get and I was utterly impressed by it. A 4Kdisplay on a screen this size? It may work for some, in the end maybe all smartphones will have them but if you asked me, I'd say it is pointless. What is not pointless is the ability to record in 4k, and sadly Nexus 5 cannot record in 4k.
Operating system: When I got the Nexus 5 it had the "then" new Kit Kat 4.4.2 OS and then I have updated it to whichever version became available from Google, ending with Lollipop and the 5.0.1. version available in my country. I have to say, Kit Kat worked better than Lollipop. But that's just me. Although it ran fairly smoothly, it crashed more and at times it felt slower. Moreover, some elements of the material design did not work for me, such as the "cards" and their respective color of the recently used contacts. The silent mode is gone now and what they've done with the various phone modes was not handy, in my point of view. Some design elements I've liked, such as the look and feel of all Google apps, the new e-mail app from Google, but you can have all without upgrading to Lollipop. It ran (almost) buttery smooth on Kit Kat, not so much so on Lollipop. It wasn't a slouch, but it wasn't as responsive as before. What is not so good about this OS is that it has to work on so many devices that it simply cannot work perfectly. And the user experience suffers: apps crash, more frequently than you want. At least they did on my device. It is a fact, and if someone from Google reads this, they'd know it's the truth. Even Google's own apps crash. A lot. Like the camera app. The only way to go around it was to restart the phone. Another example was the native e-mail app. It simply would not show in-line photos sent on e-mail. I had to install a third party app called Blue Mail (excellent app, by the way) to go around it. Only when Google updated their Gmail app - so that it could support any e-mail account - did they rectify this issue. One more thing: the notification light of the Nexus 5 (and for that matter, of all the Android phones which have this feature) is simply fabulous. Configure it and then you know what type of notification you’ve received, discretely brilliant.
Camera: Well, much has been said about the Nexus 5 quality of pictures, that they are good but not so good, so on so forth.The pictures taken with the Nexus 5 are excellent. Period. They have depth, contrast is great, and colors seem natural and vivid. And another strong point of the camera was the great pictures taken in low light, using HDR and no flash. Yes, there are better phone cameras out there, but I have to say that I have taken some beautiful pictures with this camera; I was very pleased with the results. What are not great and only mediocre are the camera app and the speed of the camera. The camera app, is cumbersome, annoying, I do not know what Google wanted to do with this app. I didn’t get it. From a company that puts out the phenomenally competent app called “Snapseed”, with which you can brilliantly edit your pictures, why did they put out such a cumbersome camera app is beyond me. It is slow; it is annoying to use. The focus is a hit and miss affair. The HDR mode takes a lot to compile a picture. You have to be patient. Panorama is mediocre. Switching from the modes of the camera was a chore. And I do not believe that these are only hardware issues. The Nexus 5 had a top of the line Snapdragon 800 processor when it came out, with plenty of power and RAM, the camera worked as slow with Kit Kat as it did with Lollipop. So, what about a third party app? Sure, got one, a paid version Camera Pro I believe it was called, great to use, but no HDR. And for me HDR is a must. So, I ended up using more the native Google camera app. Video was also mediocre, unfortunately. I didn’t see any of the benefits from the optical stabilization. One more proof that what’s on paper as a feature, doesn’t necessarily translate into a benefit. I got a shaky camera and mediocre motion. Good resolution, though.
Conclusion: the Nexus 5 was a great phone for me; a sincere, honest phone, a great minimalist design with a brilliant screen and a solid camera. It was the software that took a toll on me, I think the word that would describe its need of improvement is “optimization”. It is great to be open and take whatever file you want and put it wherever you want and all that, it is great to have the apps talk to each other and share the open file system, it definitely pays dividends. But I have to say that with all that power and RAM memory, it still doesn’t operate as fast as an iPhone 6 or iPhone 5s even. It ran (almost) buttery smooth with Kit Kat, but not so with Lollipop. And there are many bugs out there that need to be fixed. Too many app crashes affected my user experience with it. I didn’t talk about battery, but in all honesty, the battery “thing” is not a strong point on smartphones unless they are phablets. I have to say that I wished the Nexus 5 was easier to live with. And for me, it was a result of the software.
My wife and I had these phones for 8 months plus, mine will not download pics sent by Apple or Sony My wife's battery last 2 day with very little use, mine lasts 4 days. There are definitely battery problems with some of these phones. Also do not like having to turn Bluetooth on and off, what happened to the auto feature on previous op system