Huawei Nexus is the flagship. Supposedly it has no compromises (maybe debatable - but i'll give it the benefit of the doubt). Get this if you want all the power in the universe.
LG Nexus is supposed to be the cheaper alternative. Compromises here and there - go here if you're short on money.
For me, it's the way it sticks out. I don't know why, but the curve makes it seem cheap. I'd much prefer a sharper edge if the camera were to stick out.
$400 for Nexus 5x.Good for me. Please take my money. But l need a good camera, best display and best battery life. LG and Google can u do it for me? LoL.
Anonymous, 04 Sep 2015lol because it's an android phone, no one is complaining the protruding camera. The original N5's camera stuck out. I don't see what the problem with this design is.
Too much money IMO...
Fail Nexus. Should have SD 810. Disappointed.
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2015This year has been a total disappointment from almost all manufacturers. Nexus was the nail in... moreYou can just dream about removable battery and a SD card slot for future Samsung Galaxy Series. Keep dreaming boy! ;)
regs, 03 Sep 2015Nexus 5X is a childish american name. Nexus 5 (2015) sounds much more serious and mature An... moreI'll agree with you on the naming, Nexus 5 (2015) is as clear as it possibly could be, totally disagree with the author of this news item. If they were to call it 5X what about the one after that? 5X2? 5Y? With a year in brackets anyone not familiar with phones knows instantly if they're looking at the newest one.
is the storage capacity increased from 16gb to 32gb?
is the camera quality improved?
what are the extra advantages?
Anonymous, 04 Sep 2015Nexus craze as android vanilla has died and now decaying. So much to choose from n everywhere ... moreYes, stock Android is dead, who ever wanted the true Android experience with no terribly optimized UI and highly inconsistent menu design?
Also, the 1+2 is in no position to claim it offers more or that it's a better deal. Cheaper - yes (which might be good for some), but you'll have to settle for several missing features and a terrible customer service.
lol because it's an android phone, no one is complaining the protruding camera.
Noel, 03 Sep 2015Ok all i am saying is...if a 64GB OnePlus 2 with a 3300mAh battery, 4GB RAM, 13MP rear cam goe... moreyou have to understand, Customer service for oneplusone, is non existent. and if their are issues with your phone, your actually screwed, at least for the LG nexus 5, you can contact google for service.
It's predeccesor was a good sell, because it was realitivly cheap phone, and it ran on stock android. A lot of people who don't know any better like stock android more then bloatware samsung and sony, so it is a good option, plus its free on a 2 year contract probably so i'm glad the price is good.
Nexus and the dreadful oneplus should not be in the same sentence. Period
Nexus craze as android vanilla has died and now decaying. So much to choose from n everywhere that a Huawei 200$ set is as good with competitor's that you forget of Sony, Sammy etc brands. Only its mentality you have to agree with. My craze has developed to change every six months, but buy year old.You stay within a budget and get a year old damm cheap, and a brand new set when all others carry quiet used ones.
Sebstin, 03 Sep 2015Anything more than $200 is not worth....How about your car?
AnonD-425519, 03 Sep 2015Some phones look bad in pictures but great in person. Let's wait and see.there is already obvious from pictures. white nexus has white front panel and screen is gray, so no black color.
Nexus..IMO the only Android worth purchasing..Doesn't matter who makes it or what it looks like,latest OS updates without unnecessary bloat and endless developer support is the way to go..My Nexus 5 is the only Android that's made me put down my IP6 when i start to twitch and go on an XDA Rom flash binge for a few days..
Sebstin, 03 Sep 2015Anything more than $200 is not worth....Cheap phones tend to be unreliable, riddled with bugs, and can fail at anytime due to cheap parts/hardware. The only good 200$ phones are the ones you get 2 years after they're released (for example you get a Galaxy S4 now for 200), or the $200 refurbished ones, or a really low end model of a reputable company.