richie, 18 Nov 2013already got it from lg showroom chennai :)Tell us the price and features.
LG Nexus 5 does not carry International warranty. I already verified with my local LG customer care (Malaysia). If bought from Japan, then need to send to Japan to claim for warranty.
Nexus is really great in all functions. Dont believe on any bad comment guys.
1. How is the battery and camera performance for Nexus 5?
2. I was also looking at LG G2 but heard that LG has very few service centers in India (delhi)
3. What would you chose LG N5, Iphone 5s, G2, or Note 3; am looking for speed, good camera and battery and a service
when the nexus 5 available for indonesian market?
wait for it desperately since end of oct'13..... huaaaaaa
I own a Nexus 5 and to tell you the truth I had such a problem which was driving me nuts, one fix was to put your mobile into flight mode and then restart wifi, but later I downloaded 'blade Wifi fix' and now everything seems to be going well. my only disappointment is that this Nexus does not have an FM Radio..but overall it's a fantastic smartphone.
AnonD-205263, 14 Nov 2013How is the speaker sound quality ? and also headphone sound quality?Bro how is the call volume and audio. Please tell me.
Any owner of this phone have WiFi issues? I read about some on the net
N5 will launch in India next week.
But the stocks are low. It will sell out within few hours.
Good luck buying N5 in India.
would ba a perfect phone if it had solid battery, with 2300 it's good and has good P/V ratio, but will not work for power users
AnonD-207142, 17 Nov 2013Hey guys, I'm considering this phone but since this phone's battery is not replaceable, what i... moreeach service can replace the battery, and the battery is fixed does not mean it can not be replaced...
So many people complain that 16GB isn't enough for a smartphone these days, hence why some manufacturers add Micro SD slots to their devices. Giving the consumers the chance to bulk up from 16GB to 80GB. Granted that is a fantastic step up, but who needs 80GB on a phone? If you've got that much music, likelihood is you've had to get an iPod Classic just to hold it all. If you take that many photos, likelihood is you have a digital camera with an SD jammed in it. Apps? If you have loads of large apps, likelihood is they're either intensive games or powerful tools, and if they are important to you, you probably have a tablet to enrich them.
16GB is enough if you're an average user, you'll have your fair share of music you want to listen to, couple of albums let's say that you'll swap out when your mood changes. You'll have your selfies and other important photos, and you'll have the common apps you rely on.
For the more intensive user 32GB is there for you.
But Android users really ought to make use of Google Drive. You have 15GB of space you can freely use. There's a lot of talk about how Google seem to be 'forcing' people to use it. Well that's hardly the case, most people won't even need to. But it IS there and it IS a reliable service which natively integrates with the OS. If you sort it out properly, you wont even notice the fact it's not physically stored on the phone.
AnonD-207142, 17 Nov 2013Hey guys, I'm considering this phone but since this phone's battery is not replaceable, what i... moreOf course it can be changed, but the problem is the original battery drains quickly as reviewed. If you're thinking to change the battery right after you purchased it, then it's more economical to find other alternative. One of my suggestion would be galaxy win and core, or Xperia sp. Nexus 4 by LG would do as well.
Hey guys, I'm considering this phone but since this phone's battery is not replaceable, what if the battery is worn-out someday? Can you change it?
Moy, 11 Nov 2013you're forget dude. Motorola was sold off more than a year ago. Its no longer google's.you certainly dont know it
Check this will you?