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.
AnonD-21060, 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
I like to see a play games in Nexus 5 - Modern Combat 4 or the same as look Nexus 4 and Lg Optimus G2 :DDD
the Nexus 5 battery need be minimaly 2700mah or the best phone off year 3000mah and normaly 3gb ram
if you won't it don't buy it
this room is use for Nexus 5 only please respect and honor this device.
there is no perfect phone created yet. if you want the perfect phone just make in you own idea. do not judge the Nexus 5 phone because it is pure google phone without lagging and simple.
so nexus 5 isn't even their and we guys have managed to fill full 25 pages of comments and reviews! I've also replied few but their are many confusion in people so let's start answering one by one in a single reply! If I'm wrong (can be ) feel free to drop a reply
1) BATTERY : most of the people over here are disappointed just because of battery, and it's too normal cause 2300mAH for 5inch full HD display and Snapdragon 800 both are power hungry, but again their are rumors of another version which is 32GB with 3000mAH of battery, so if rumors came true 32GB users will be happy, but what about 16GB ?? Otherthan this google may have something totally different from software side, maybe Android 4.4 is designed in such a way to reduce battery consumption ,so that 2300mAH will be enough! After all we can just wait
2) EXPANSION : other major issue (for users) is no micro SD card slot, have you used iPhone? iPhones don't have SD card slots , everyone know that and we even know that they will not include it in future, ever wonder why?? Because micro SD card is afterall a 3rd party hardware , developed entirely by a company not related with apple, and again their are micro SD cards available in various classes ,high quality once cost more and low quality once are cheaper , cheaper micro SD cards have less data transmission speed than costly once and even the internal storage, so it can harm the stability of iPhone, so micro SD card slot is not given in an iPhone , same is the case with nexus lineup, so accept it
3) CAMERA : 8 MP camera was a great standard couple of years ago, but for flagship today 12 to 13 MP is a standard, but do pixels really change the way image should look?? No, pixels have a great contribution in making images sharper but actual player are sensor, lens, and other pinch of technology used with camera, nexus 5 is rumored to come with something called mems camera (don't know what it is ) but let's see if it makes changes, otherwise 8mp of nexus 4 is also great for me (at a price point )
4) DISPLAY : their was a comment who wrote 'at least make nexus 5 5.7 inches then only I'll buy it!' but I'll say google don't listen to this x guy! Well when Galaxy S launched many years ago and I updated my self from my Nokia 5233 to Galaxy S, it was overkill, I found myself using it comfortably after 2 weeks , and those two weeks were, huh i can't explain! Then screen size started increasing and my adoption time to those sizes also increased, 4.3 then 4.7 and now 5.0 inches are standard sizes for smartphone displays (atleast Android ) but you know because of large displays bezel size decreased (LG G2 have almost no bezels so Galaxy S5 will be edge to edge ) and it looks great when you have less bezels on your phone but it's irritating when your fingers touch the edges mistakenly and something unwanted happens, many times G2 stops scrolling while using with one hand because other fingers are touching bezels! So in my opinion 4.7 was the limit where companies could have stopped, I love my nexus 4 more than s4 because of this reason too, note series have a different story altogether, must not discussed here , but my opinion is to launch nexus 5 with 5inch AMOLED display , cause when I launch clock in day dream mode (on nexus 4) it's not whole black but Galaxy S4 google edition is, and Android have many black regions (at least upto 4.3) so increase the charm but I think it'll probably endup launching with LCD
Reply me if you have anyother questions or doubts I'll answer them