- Nexus 5
So, now it’s official, who’s going for one. Looks like the 4 is going to continue at 16Gb at 199.
16gb 5 at 299. Possibly a 32gb at 339 but not yet on play
Who’s going for one?Posted 4 years agodeviantMember
Looks great, I’ll wait until after Christmas and see if the 16gb version comes down in price some more…. Although at £299 it’s already undercutting all it’s rivals!Posted 4 years ago
The 4.4 OS looks great too, just read about the changes to the dialler…. Basically if a number comes in that isn’t recognised on your contacts list it gets run through Google Maps to match it to any businesses in the area and then shows you who is calling…. likewise they have now integrated search into the dialler so you can now start to type a word, business etc that isn’t in your contacts and Google’s database will match it to local services, businesses etc based on what is local to your location and what your Google search history indicates you might be looking for… without having to open the browser, use a search engine in the traditional sense etc etc.
Google’s information database and mapping software is awesome, a paranoid person may find some of this uncomfortable and I can understand that view too.EntonoxMember
Looking for a replacement for my S2.
Anyone know how this compares to a Galaxy S4?
Seem very similar, size, weight, screen size. Dual core processor vs the S4 quad core. IPS vs Super AMOLED screen.
I really like the idea of a clean android phone without all the pre-installed Samsung crap.
CheersPosted 4 years agoedhornbySubscriber
I have a 4 and it’s flippin great,
a clean android phone without all the pre-installed manufacturer guff
is a great reason, you get a very googlist view but it all works and it doesn’t bitch and moan if you need to interface with something non-google (unlike mrs Ed’s iphone which is unhelpful expensive crap)Posted 4 years ago
a microsd slot would be ace, that way i could ditch my ipod and never have to deal with itunes again ever, how they manage to make it so much worse with every new version is beyond me!
other than that my Nexus 4 has been brilliant and i dont miss the extra memory at allPosted 4 years agoholsterMember
Why are some people paying £340+ for a 16gb N5 on ebay, when they only cost £299 from the Play Store? Is it because they have sold out on the Play Store and people want them straight away via ebay?
On this one, the final screenshot pic shows that it only cost the bloke £299 in the first place!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Google-LG-Nexus-5-16GB-Black-Unlocked-Brand-New-Boxed-w-Warranty/271312126097?rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222002%26algo%3DSIC.FIT%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D18217%26meid%3D2467939325610459871%26pid%3D100005%26prg%3D8342%26rk%3D3%26rkt%3D5%26sd%3D111205009509%26Posted 4 years ago
I think many people just assume that because it’s on eBay it must be a good deal – either that or they get caught up in a bidding fury and don’t realise what they’re doing. Just look at the price second hand bike parts fetch, it’s often cheaper to buy brand new from CRC, etc.Posted 4 years ago
It’s meant to be a bit meh
Are we reading the same review?
The Google Nexus 5 is the high-end Android phone bargain of the year.
Yeah I was talking about the camera.
Sweet phone isn’t it? So so smooth, almost Apple smooth (how do they do that?)
Although something was bothering me ever so slightly about KitKat, found this, as the fella says you won’t be able to “unsee” itPosted 4 years ago
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