yeshaswini, 23 Oct 2013superrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr phone... happy using it :-) HOW the hell are you happy using it if it's not yet launched?
It is 8MP. I also has OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) Also found on the LG G2
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2013 unofficial specification so far> But:Are you sure that Camera still 8 MP????I think camera is 13MP
yeshaswini, 23 Oct 2013superrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr phone... happy using it :-) its not even released and you are happy using it...grow up girl
yeshaswini, 23 Oct 2013superrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr phone... happy using it :-) How have you used a phone that has never released.
Agree with you...
Google should not follow the race of power house, rather they should be trend setter. For mobile devices 2.3 GHz is too much, also more processing power means more battery juice.
As per google, the Android KitKat should run in low end devices as well, then why this much processing power? Google should really think twice.
Considering other specification i.e. RAM, Processor, Display, battery (2300 mAh)is very poor. Probably it not last even a day with full use.
unofficial specification so far> But:Are you sure that Camera still 8 MP????
This seems awesome. The only problem is the battery, I really hope that the rumour that the 32 Gb version has a larger battery capacity.
Sumeetxolt, 22 Oct 2013so nexus 5 isn't even their and we guys have managed to fill full 25 pages of comments and rev... morehello at present iam using nokia C7. And it's a great phone but it hang,lag,etc. So i have a mid budget and wanted to know is it worth buying nexus 5. Or should i go for another phone in A budget of Rs.25000- 30000. And if any other phones to suggest please mention. And main thing iam from india. So from where to buy google nexus 5.
Do we really need 2.3 Ghz CPU??? Has google also joined the bandwagon of boasting higher clock rates? I think it is an overkill for a phone. I believe people will appreciate a phone that lasts longer with a simple quad core 1.5 Ghz than a phone having a monstrous chip with poor battery life.
rocky, 22 Oct 2013Li-Po battery is much better than Li ion ... The advantages of Li-ion polymer over the lithium-ion design include potentially lower cost of manufacture, adaptability to a wide variety of packaging shapes, reliability, and ruggedness, with the disadvantage of holding less charge