Aashish Vishwakarma, 05 Nov 2013Will US version work in India? Please reply fast, one of my friend is coming soon. I will tell... moreYes, because nexus 5 its unlocked. But i doubt if the warranty will be void..
Will US version work in India? Please reply fast, one of my friend is coming soon. I will tell her to get one for me if it does :)
Popularity on GSMArena 94%. But sadly'it will be expensive in other countries. USD500 for a 2 year contract for the LG GN4 in my country. Don't even mention the GN5. Sigh......
maj71303, 05 Nov 2013Look up LTE Band 41 and that will answer you question on 2600 support2600 is band 7, band 41 is 2500 in usa according to wikipedia
Learner123, 05 Nov 2013What is the meaning of battery unremovable. If we want to replace the battery, we need to repl... moreNoup, simply youl have to buy a new batteryand replace it, of course its a process that u maybe cant do, and ull haveto get the phone to an someone who knows
Bruce, 05 Nov 2013I'm sure the LG G2 is a great phone out of the box, but good luck with future updates to the s... moreOptimus is not Nexus.
Nexus and it's software is backed directly by Google..the guys in charge of Android. Even Nexus 4 is getting an update to 4.4..and it was released ages ago.
Very good phone for the price and great user experience. IMO most folks are hung up thinking you will get the latest and greatest everything with the Nexus 5 but this is just unrealistic and just immature. This is a $349 16GB and $399 32Gb phone off contract. If you want every tick box marked you will have to pay way more than that. The point was to make a phone cheap that had a good experience and Google got this right.
Folks just need to reexamine their standards for a $349 or $399 device as if you look at other phones in the off contract price range. You will get an average phone at best for the price range the Nexus 5 is in. But Google gives you a decent, excellent device in a price range that apple can't even beat.
The USA version dont have 2600, only "rest of the world" version, you can see that in google.com/nexus/5
What is the meaning of battery unremovable. If we want to replace the battery, we need to replace the phone :-S ???
Also, can we use Microsd Card ?
I am very interested to get this unit for my use. Is it already available here in Riyadh, KSA? How much is it? Hope to hear from someone reliable and knowledgeable. Thank you.
I don't mind about the storage cause i now use nexus 4 8gb and it's working good for me. as for people that say it only have 8mp camera, don't forget it also have OIS. that's good quality. i am only dissapointed by the battery capabilities but hey, it's new OS android 4.4, might have something that can reduce battery usage. i want this phone.
Disappointed with battery and no card slot. Battery should have been at least 3500 mah. I would rather get Droid Maxx as it will be updated to Kitkat pretty soon. Remember, Motorola is a Google company now so you can expect all the facilities in Motorola phones.
chaichi, 05 Nov 201316 gb version is selling for 470$ where I live, so unfairYou're lucky. Any premium phone sells for at least R8000 (Almost exactly $800) in SA and with usually only one model to choose from, even the colour. And no Nexus has ever made it so far. Google Play should expand their shipping support for their Nexus products to more countries so that anyone could buy one for $349. It would totally blow the SA mobile market out of the water.
chellian18, 05 Nov 2013its a good phone but little thing do means a lot to other people, seriously no headphones incl... moreWhat you are left with after buying this phone instead of other competing phones, i think, will be more than sufficient to buy a pair. So its still a win.
many competing phones in this price range wont get kit kat, and kit kat has a feature where you can find your mobile through google on pc if you ever lose it or it gets stolen, I think that's enough to persuade me to get this