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Nexus 5 Review

Well this is a device that really is made for an all purpose user. Not only was I able to perform quick edits to a term paper when heading to class, but also navigate myself to my brunch meeting downtown Detroit.


The Nexus 5 is a device for anyone. From your grandmother during the holiday taking snapshots of the family, to the busy student life. During my term with the Nexus 5 I found myself abandoning my iPad to handle all my business manners. I checked emails, edited blog posts, to my Skype conference call. And that is just a small portion of my day.



The Nexus 5 is a beautiful piece of tech. Google partnered with LG to bring this device in black or white. You will be getting a suitable design style with either a matted black or white back cover. Slick sides and power/ volume buttons provides a sleek design. The Nexus 5 minimalist design allows the device to be incredibly thin.



The Nexus 5 gives the user a a full 1920x1080 on a 5-inch HD display you will be enjoying your Breaking Bad, and The Walking Dead in this great Full HD IPS display. With this beautiful screen comes an elegant camara. 8MP the back camara takes very great photos in any environment below you can see comparisons between the Nexus 5 and HTC One.



The Nexus 5 is getting all its horse power from a SnapDragon 800 CPU, and Adreno 330 GPU. Which is more than enough to handle all you multimedia needs. I found that the Nexus 5 was able to handle all the latest Play Store Games. Playing games such as Dead Trigger 2, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Assassin's Creed Pirates handled superbly on the device. No choppy frame rate or frame tearing shows that this device has true power to handle anything.


As mentioned above in this review this device doubled as my cell phone and tablet. As being a full time student to also run multiple things I need to have access all of my outlets. To make quick edits to make changes to a paper before class. All these things were handled on the Nexus 5 Device very well. 




While out and about in the city the Nexus 5 lead as an excellent navigation system with the "OK Google" feature a simple command phrase the brings up the search feature. Helped me find the nearest restaurant, and social events that were going on in my city.

After using the Nexus 5 I found that this cell phone device is a must buy if you in the market looking for a new device. Starting at $349 for the 16GB, and $399 for the 32GB model unlocked which means you can use this device any GSM and CDMA cell provider ready.


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3 comments:

  1. That's It I'm getting A Nexus 5

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  2. Yes mine from the Google Play store Came Today.

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  3. Lg g2 master race. Enjoy your shit battery.

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