AnonD-191901, 30 Sep 2013It seems Google's understanding of introducing its own phone and being on the cutting edge And... moreHave in mind, that Google never aimed for the Top-Dollar phone with it's Nexus device. They always have aimed at good specs, not the best out there, so that the price of the device can be lower than the latest and greatest phones, which often add some value, but for most not enough to pay the extra hefty fee for.
Pity they change so important features to worse, like the battery or the camera. People demand long battery life nowadays.
And why can't a Nexus device have good quality camera? Why do they always replace it to worse module? For the phone to be 20$ cheaper? I'm sure Nexus fans would pay even $50 more to have a higher-specced device.
But it's good to know there's nothing to wait for, the old Nexus line is dead since Nexus 4.
It seems Google's understanding of introducing its own phone and being on the cutting edge Android build is sacrificing camera and battery performance. All of the Nexus phones although brilliant lacked battery and camera performance compared to other flagship phones
I am NOT upgrading from my n⁴ to this, even though s800 is more powerful and battery efficient and it has 200mah more battery