nexus 5 have lots of bug.
lollipop doesn't work perfectly in nexus 5. lollipop make phone hanging.
nexus 5 doesn't support lollipop perfectly.
so kindly keep only kitkat. don't upgrade to lollipop.
I've loved my Nexus 5. Definitely worth the $399 I paid for it straight from the Google store back when I bought it (over a year ago). However, I feel like Google should lower the price a little bit, considering the other inexpensive options available.
Either way, it's a great phone regardless.
It's funny how people react on this, it's just a matter of one's preferences, yes there are cheaper phones now and just like nexus 5, most of the phones that they are producing now are phones with none removable battery... this means mobile phones are becoming a "disposable" thing, now that is something for us consumers, buyers or users to worry about!
Too little, too late. Unfortunately, by now, there are so many cheaper but more powerful phones that easily replaces the Nexus 5.
Anonymous, 03 Feb 2015Same design language as Nexus 7 2014 but this is fugly with the huge camera housing.how about the camera housing of 1020 ? XD
Same design language as Nexus 7 2014 but this is fugly with the huge camera housing.
Nexus 6 is too big for some. 5" devices with minimum bezel is the perfect size to hold. The Nexus 5 also has respectable spec that could last for at least another year.