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Google Nexus 5 D820 Unlocked GSM Phone, 32Gb (Black)

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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 6.6 inches, 3.8 inches, 2 inches
  • Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
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Product Description

Slimmer, lighter design. Nexus 5 is precision-built from strong materials, and the intelligently simple design showcases more of what matters to you.

At only 4.59 oz and 8.59 mm thin, it's the most powerful Nexus phone yet. Speed and power to spare. With 4G/LTE and ultra-fast Wi-Fi, Nexus 5 keeps you connected at blazing speeds. Add in the cutting-edge 2.26GHz Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 800 processor and you'll race through games, zip around the web and switch between apps at the flick of a finger. Stunning 5 display. More room to do what you do, and better colors too.

Nexus 5 gives you a Full HD display so you can see every detail in lifelike color with less glare and a wider viewing angle-the perfect canvas for your moments. Powered by Android 4.4, KitKat. Android is fast and powerful yet simple to use. Focus on getting stuff done without having to think about the technology underneath.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 3.8 x 2 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GD6H0NU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (272 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,750 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Software: Android Kit Kat 4.4 - Best experience of the phone.
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Although it may not affect all that many phones, you will find thousands of posts on this problem.
I switched from a Samsung Galaxy S4 to the Nexus 5 and what an improvement.
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140 of 152 people found the following review helpful By D.L.C on November 20, 2013
I've been a long time Nexus brand user, owning the first generation Nexus 7 and Nexus 4. I also have an iPad 3 and an iPod Touch 4th generation. I wrote a lengthy Nexus 7 review before; here is my lengthy Nexus 5 review updated after over a month of straight usage. It should cover the vast majority of topics on the device. Let's get started on what possibly is the best high end phone deal in America.

(0.5 EDIT) Lollipop Update!

Google released the Lollipop 5.0 update in mass for the Nexus 5. The new look called "material design" works relatively well on the device, but there are some noticeable changes:

Widgets cannot be placed on the lock screen anymore which I feel reduces the efficiency and utility of a smartphone.
My battery appears to be lasting longer than it did on Kitkat 4.4.
Screen is a tad bit more responsive, especially on unlocking.
Device seems to be opening programs faster suggesting that Lollipop is even more light weight than Kikkat 4.4 was, which is a big plus if you plan on keeping your devices longer as it looks like Google has committed to making their OS updates need less hardware to work well.
Image gallery is now officially replaced with Photos.
Camera focus speed appears to have improved.
Overall the update has made the Nexus 5 better.

(1) Hardware:

Personally, in my opinion, high to medium end devices from reputable brands have reached the point where most people won't be able to tell the difference or the difference won't be something they regularly use. That said, I'm still going to cover it, if you're not interested in the nerd talk about hardware, then all you need to know is that the phone is capable hardware wise for demanding users and honestly overkill for average users.
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Ben Pierce on November 8, 2013
Upgraded from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus by Google to this beast.

Screen - 1080p screen. Beautiful, sometimes feels a little "washed out", but is quite sharp while playing videos.

Battery - 2300 mAh, only lasts me 6-7 hours of screen-on time. Lasts the entire day if I stay off the phone and pay attention in class... standby time lasts me all day.

Camera - Wish the shutter speed was faster, but I'm not a heavy camera user unless I'm sight-seeing or at a concert. Optical Image Stabilizing makes a huge difference. GREAT video recording!!! The mic picks up all the audio perfectly at a concert.

Speakers - Probably the worst part of the phone if you're watching a YouTube video with a friend. Located at the very bottom of the phone, the real speaker is located behind the left holes, and the right holes are "fake speakers". If you cover the left holes, the sound will be muted. However, 95% of the time I'm using my earbuds to listen to my own music, so it's not a big deal.

Design - Feels great in the hands, and the soft-touch back just feels sturdy and easy to grip. Goes to show you don't need an aluminum metal casing around the phone for it to feel like a quality phone. The ceramic power and volume buttons are nice and add to the solid experience. However, I prefer to have the volume jack on the bottom of the phone, but it is easy to get used to.

Processor - Snapdragon 800 is extremely buttery. Everything runs fine with all my apps and data imported (Galaxy Nexus got laggy). Google Now is quick to use.

Android Kit Kat 4.4 - Best experience of the phone. It's the real reason anybody would purchase an Android phone, especially from Google.
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62 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Kushal Joshi on November 10, 2013
12/21/13 Update:
So about 2 weeks ago Nexus 5 users received the 4.4.2 update, it brought many small improvements but the greatest being improving the camera. It shoots very clear shots now, the camera app opens quicker and the camera takes a lot less time to focus. If the camera was something that turned you away from the Nexus 5, then come back because the issue has been fixed. Google says they will keep working on the camera to make it even better.(Stay tuned for any other updates)

Original Review:
I sold my S3 to get this phone on the Google Play Store and I recommend you do as well (It costs less on the Google Play Store)
[...] The total ends up being less than $400 for a smart phone that is priced way to low for what it has to offer.
$350- 16 GB
$400- 32 GB

A Snapdragon 800 Quad-Core Processor clocked at 2.3 Ghz? A Adreno 330 GPU, all these sound to good to be true! Such great specifications at such a low price? But, nothing matters if there is no applicable real world performance, and I'm glad to say that you will be zipping through games and apps!
Here are some Pros and Cons:
-Phone feels great in the hand, not to big or not to small
-Great Build Quality, better than phones that use plastic like the LG-G2 or S4 (It uses the grippy plastic found on the 2013 Nexus 5)
-Buttery Smooth and Fast as Lightning, this phone is that fastest phone I have ever used, hands down
-Pure Stock Android (Kit-Kat 4.4)
-You get updates as soon as they roll out!
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