Nexus 5 is already available on the market and this time, its features are more comprehensive than ever. This Google phone is expected to rise to the top of the market with advanced technology available at an affordable price. There are a lot of features that this specific device offers, aside from the expected software upgrades and high-quality graphical display. With an investment of around $349, it is safe to say that Nexus 5 becomes highly competitive in the Android Market.
Nexus 5 was launched around Halloween with rumors suggesting that it would be the sleekest version ever designed – and it certainly didn’t disappoint. That is not all, the software upgrades and several components provide innovations that Android lovers will truly appreciate. With the upgradecomes different apps to choose from meaning that the majority of Android users can continue to download the content they love, like the fully animated ecards for mobile devices and Nexus actually provides more than that.
Specifications and Reviews
Most users love the Nexus 5 shape as it is seen to be much more sleek than the older version. The Nexus 5 has a plastic back panel with smooth curves around every corner and comes with a Gorilla Glass anda screen that has been developed to improve clarity.
The improvement of the screen resulted in brighter colours with 445 pixels per inch, at more than 4.95 inches of super-responsive screen. This is due to the fact that Nexus 5 carries Snapdragon 800 quad-core 2.26 GHz CPU and Adreno 330 450 MHz GPU. The numbers are higher than other mobile device launched this year, like the Samsung Galaxy 4 and HTC One, whichcome with Snapdragon 600.
The all new Nexus 5 also was able to fill-in the gap of the Nexus 4. Well, the latter actually was one of the most favored devicesfor Android lovers as it is only priced at $299 even if it has problems in LTE capability. Nexus 5 is further developed to be compatible with LTE, along with improvements in camera and data storage.
The size of the screen is much larger than its predecessor, with the Nexus 5 featuring a high graphical display of 125 pixels per inch. The battery life also extends from 2100 to 2300 mAh. Wait there is more! The Nexus 5 even has a wireless charging capability.
The only thing that some users see is its lack of a memory card slot. However, its 2GB RAM internal memory can be enough to store a variety of different downloads.
In A Nutshell
Nexus 5 is definitely one to try. It has a high chance of competing with other flagship phones like iPhones and the Samsung Galaxy. In fact, more than 40 million units have already been sold in a matter of months.