As per your specification Nexus 5 supports to voice dial but as per leaked manual it does not support to voice dial.
everybode would like a "Nexus 5" but with this 5 specs:
1.Display.- CGG 3
2.Memory.- 3gb RAM
3.Chipset.- Snaapdragon 800
4.Camera.- 10 MP
Smartphones, 05 Oct 2013This is a mid-priced phone with high end specs. Don't whine about it not having a 13MP camera ... moreI had hoped that just Apple would go it alone on the nano sim front
With all my security when my first phone has a micro sim that cause problems in putting the sim contacts from the old phone onto the new phone.
If there is a purpose for nano sims I don't know what it is.
Now I have to get a nano sim adapter for my micro sim and if I want to switch sim cards I have to somehow convinnce my OLD network I need a nano sim, without acutally getting a phone
What your read is what you get. This phone isn't made to be your main camera tool and definitely not made to outdo G2. However I believe this one's very affordable. Still I would grab the G2 over this one.
Please update your specs list per leaked service manual.
2GB of RAM
FM Radio - YES
Sorry it's 2 gb ram again n battery issues continues as before and it's a slim down version of lg g2... Hope it may be successful this time
Understandably but unfortunately the Nexus line is a price point mobility device denying it a place as a true topend flagship level device. Specs lack sufficient internal storage not to mention SD Card support. It should also have 3gb or RAM and removable power cell. Baffles me still why Google continues to think the cloud is the same as having onboard storage.
Of course the 8MP primary camera is lacking unless they had used a BSI sensor which they haven't. The LG 8MP setup was OK but doesn't approach the newest 13mp OIS platform. It also appears to be lacking at least one sensor the G2 includes.
Of course by now we know the Nexus was never meant to be a cutting edge top of the line series of smartphones. A pity Google never offered variants from pricepoint model to flagship level.
Its still one sweet device and the first of KitKat phones. Personally I'd root a G2 as there's more to work with on the G2 variants. Yes even with the backside toggles which you get used to using.
Sam, 05 Oct 2013it's gonna be 16MPA new manual has leaked as mentioned on Engadget and Android Police..please rectify the specifications. Thanks
now manual leaked for nexus 5, which will clear all doubts..only 8 MP camera
JohnnSy, 05 Oct 2013It must be so hard to implement Card slot :/32 gb is plenty
JohnnSy, 05 Oct 2013It must be so hard to implement Card slot :/It's not hard, its just that google wants everyone to use their cloud system such as drive, play music, etc. It has its downs and ups.
This is a mid-priced phone with high end specs. Don't whine about it not having a 13MP camera because those phones are expensive as compared to the nexus 5's price. If 2300mah is too low for you just wait for the developers in xda to do their thing. I currently have a 1305mah Xperia P with a custom rom and kernel and it's enough to last 1 day. The upcoming nexus 5 is arguably the best phone for the price.