Surely you know that the new Nexus phones will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow, out of the box. :P Why does it still say "5.1.1" in the "OS" section?
niklex, 17 Sep 2015why it`s a nexus "5"... once again? should not it be "7" ?because nexus 7 already exist which is a tab not mob
16/32gb without external card slot...what do you this LG?
This is not 2013 anymore!!!
niklex, 17 Sep 2015why it`s a nexus "5"... once again? should not it be "7" ?With the Nexus line the number usually refers to the size of the screen. There is already a Nexus 7 and it is a tablet with a 7" screen.
niklex, 17 Sep 2015why it`s a nexus "5"... once again? should not it be "7" ?its based on the screen size, its not an incremental number. check other nexus
niklex, 17 Sep 2015why it`s a nexus "5"... once again? should not it be "7" ?There's a Nexus 7 already and it's a tablet. Google names it's devices after screen size.
AnonD-441640, 16 Sep 2015Android 5.1.1 Lollipop? I'm pretty sure this will ship with Android 6.0 MarshmallowMe too
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop? I'm pretty sure this will ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Umar, 16 Sep 20152700mAH is not enough. Yes it is. 1080p screen and a snapdragon 808? 2700mAh will take you through the day.
GSM Arena only posted rumored specs / images guys and gals. Android 6.0 has a stable dev release from google that i am running on my nexus 5 (old) and it works way better cyogenmod releases for one plus. Spec are not every thing especially if you ever used windows phones or IOS which tend to have sub par specs over Android phones. But if you have every used those other models then you would not it is one of the most fluid experiences. Look at Samsung phones which are power houses-but need to bee because of sloppy software engineers. I Have had over 38 different smart phones and the Nexus line is by far the best experience on a android platform from a software stand point. If you don't want reboot you phone for a long period of time like months or years then get a Nexus. If you like rebooting you phone on a daily basis (after about 5 months classic) then get samsung. If want eye candy and good software experience but low end specs get an APPLE if you want the most fluid experience on a phone but with out a lot of apps then get windows phone ( might change with windows 10 droid emulation on the 940). Nexus rocks and they are the best
I wouldn't pay anything over $300 for this phone. Maybe that's the plan...?