Freefaller, 29 Oct 2016I don't understand this obsession with OS upgrades. Let's say that your phone is a car. You ha... morePersonnally, i'd upgrade my current phone to another one for newer features ! and i'd never change it for design and outlook,as i said i only look for features and you already know google's strategy concerning the exclusive features for newer flagships.
i don't believe in changing a handset with the same handset just to spend my money to no avail, because it's newer,so, it'd be better or because the whole world buy it.
why would you even compare phones to cars?
multi window tasking,3D touch,or google assistant isn't wingy mirrors
i'd prefer an old classic car above a newer car !
for phones,another story is told.
you just can't compare for example nexus 5 with nexus 6p.
Freefaller, 29 Oct 2016I don't understand this obsession with OS upgrades. Let's say that your phone is a car. You ha... moreThere are many apps in google or apple that need new(upgraded) version of OS. I guess that's why most of people tend to upgrade the OS.
RAR, 07 Sep 2016Best phone I ever owned! LG definitely went all out to produce this gem for Google!!! Specs we... moreThe new IPhone 7 is a cheapened phone designed to compete with cheap Android phones that sell for $400 and under, but at the same time hoping people will still pay a premium for the Apple name. It has terrible specs, most of them worse than the Nexus 5. And why does this world need Apple Pay unless the fees are lower than PayPal when we already have so many payment systems? On the other hand needless to say I don't think the iPhone 7 Plus is worth over $1000 either. The prices of flagship models keep climbing, but there's more and more cheap Android devices available. I also refuse to buy a Pixel. All I had wanted was a plastic Nexus 5x like device perhaps with slightly better specs, like the same size screen and specs as the Nexus 5 but with AMOLED. But instead they had moved the cheaper model upmarket with its metal and glass construction, its fingerprint reader, its camera, its new processor, and forcing me to buy 32 GB of storage instead of 16 GB plus a card option (after also leaving it out of the Nexus 5 three years ago), which is all I need. Sorry Google. There's too many models available under $500 that offer all I need.
Hasan, 29 Oct 2016I want to upgrade my Nexus 5 to Nougat so can you tell me if upgrade to Nougat so the problem ... moreThey blocked it for that phone. It has to be a 5x, 6, or 6P.
Thanks Google. Planned obsolescence, trying to have my buy a new phone sooner.
I don't understand this obsession with OS upgrades. Let's say that your phone is a car. You have had it for about a year and it works fine the way it is and gets you where you want. Then the car manufacturer brings out a new model. It is exactly the same as the one you already have except that it has different wing mirrors. Would you want to change the car that works perfectly well for a model with different mirrors. Of course you wouldn't. If your phone works perfectly well and does everything you want then why would want a new OS which, reading other tech sites, has a few problems with calls, bluetooth, camera flash etc.
I want to upgrade my Nexus 5 to Nougat so can you tell me if upgrade to Nougat so the problem can occur in my phone?
AnonD-406113, 27 Oct 2016Would anyone here possibly tell me where to buy an original battery for my nexus 5 ?
my batte... more@ ZakaRia OuH
This is what happens when you install a 'cooked' ROM. A new battery won't help, the same thing will happen again.
No sim card showing in my nexus 5, how can I solved problem?? Guys plz help me, and when I will get Android 7 nougat upgrade in my nexus 5?
AnonD-596574, 12 Oct 2016I bought my LG Nexus 5 from Jan 2014 and use it until now. I changed battery one time (by myse... moreWould anyone here possibly tell me where to buy an original battery for my nexus 5 ?
my battery is becoming worse.
i have updated my phone to AOSP Nougat 7.1 and no the battery can't even give me 2.5 of Screen on time.
People brag abt the battery backup..guys battery in our phone isn't forever..please change the battery ( i did it manually) after the first year, after that the phone is good as new. The best phone I ever owned. Google is the best. The next phone I will get will be from Google for sure..maybe pixel..but 110% satisfied with my Nexus 5
Faizu, 22 Oct 2016I'm very disappointed with lg nexus 5. Frist wifi and bluetooth not working after one month si... more@Faizu The Nexus 5 ceased production in December 2014, so any model that you buy now has to be a used unit that is around two years old. If it doesn't work properly then you are the fool for buying it.
I'm very disappointed with lg nexus 5. Frist wifi and bluetooth not working after one month sim not showing. Waist phone
Is there any chance of getting band 40 2300Mhz on Nexus 5 D820 model. if possible let me know the process of getting it.
best smartphone so far. I've had like 10. changed the battery myself 3 months ago.
I bought my LG Nexus 5 from Jan 2014 and use it until now. I changed battery one time (by myself) and after that phone becomes like new. I many times wanted to buy new phone but after compare with my Nexus, I refused to buy new one since my phone is such good and nothing wrong.
Had mine since May 2014. Loved the marshmallow upgrade. Battery is starting to get weak. Marshmallow really allowed phone to go through night with little battery loss. Only fault was when in car, I use polarized sunglasses. With this screen, everything disappears when in landscape mode when viewing through these glasses. Also, red finish didn't stand up to grit that inevitably gets in between the case and the phone.
I am ordering a Moto Z play now to replace it, but I have always loved it.
Using this phone since it was launched in India at the end of Nov 2013.Its working flawlessly to ever since then. It never ran into even a single problem. It survived many drops without a case. I literally abused it physically and technically. Installed n number of custom ROMs. Now running Cyanogenmod 13. This phone is the best phone I ever owned. Period. Now battery back up has reduced a lot and I am going to change battery and will continue to use Nexus 5 as secondary phone. Its hard to find replacement for this phone. Sad to hear that Google has discontinued Nexus line.