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Google Nexus 5

Description

The Nexus 5 is an affordable device packing top-shelf specs. Made in collaboration with Google and LG, the Nexus 5 runs on the newest Android KitKat. It is a solid performer featuring a Snapdragon system chip and 2GB of RAM. It is also the first Nexus to put the focus on camera performance as it comes with an 8-megapixel shooter with optical image stabilization (OIS).

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Display

Benchmarks

Size: inches
Resolution: x pixels, PPI
Technology:IPS LCD
Screen-to-body: %
Colors:16
Touchscreen:Capacitive, Multi-touch
Features:Scratch-resistant glass (Corning Gorilla Glass 3), Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor

Hardware

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System chip:Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM
Processor:Quad-core, MHz, Krait
GPU:Adreno
RAM:2GB LPDDR3
Internal storage:32GB
Device type:Smartphone
OS:Android ( Marshmallow, Lollipop, Lollipop, , , ) Screenshots

Battery

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Capacity: mAh
Type:Li - Polymer, Not user replaceable
Charging:Qi wireless charging

Camera

Benchmarks

Rear:Single camera Camera samples
Main camera:8 MP (OIS, Autofocus, BSI sensor)
Specifications:Aperture size: F; Focal length: mm; Sensor size: 1/"
Video recording:x (Full HD) (30 fps)
Features:OIS, Video light
Front: MP
Video capture:x (HD)

Design

Size comparison

Dimensions: x x inches ( x x mm)
Weight: oz ( g)
Keys:Left: Volume control; Right: Lock/Unlock key
Colors:Black, Red, White

Cellular

LTE (FDD):Bands 1(), 3(), 5(), 7(), 8(), 20( DD)
UMTS:Bands 6(), 5(), 8(), 4(/), 2(), 1()
Data Speed:LTE Cat 4 (/50 Mbit/s), HSDPA+ (4G) Mbit/s, HSUPA Mbit/s, UMTS
SIM type:Micro SIM

Multimedia

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Headphones:mm jack
Speakers:Earpiece, Loudspeaker
Features:Album art cover, Background playback
Screen mirroring:DLNA, Wireless screen share, SlimPort, TV-out
Additional microphone(s):for Noise cancellation, Video recording

Connectivity & Features

Bluetooth:
Wi-Fi: a, b, g, n, ac, dual-band; Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct
USB:microUSB, USB
Features:Mass storage device, Video out, Charging
Location:GPS, A-GPS, Glonass
Sensors:Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer, Step detector, Step counter
Other:NFC, ANT+, Tethering, Computer sync, OTA sync

Phone features

Notifications:Haptic feedback, Music ringtones (MP3), Polyphonic ringtones, Vibration, Flight mode, Silent mode, Speakerphone
Other features:Voice dialing, Voice commands, Voice recording

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
Date approved:Nov 04,
FCC ID value: ZNFD
Measured SAR:
Head: W/kg
Body: W/kg
Simultaneous Transmission: W/kg
Wireless Router: W/kg

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Price:$

Availability

Officially announced:Oct 31,
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  • Battery
    • mAh non-removable battery
  • Keyboard
    • Touch screen with on-screen keyboard
  • Memory
    • 2GB RAM
    • 32 GB eMMC storage
  • Network
    • Quad-band GSM
    • Penta-band HSPA
    • 4G LTE
  • Operating System
  • Processor
    • bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 Dual Denver @ GHz
    • core Kepler GPU
  • System Manager (Carrier IQ)
  • Emergency Alerts (CMAS)
  • HD Voice Capable
Connectivity 
  • ac 2x2 (MIMO)
  • Wi-Fi web browsing
  • Wi-Fi sharing
  • Tethering APN
  • Single micro-USB for USB data/charging
  • Bluetooth
  • mm audio jack

Web

 
  • Android browser
  • HTML , XHTML
  • CSS / (Partial)/ (Partial)
  • RTP/RTSP
  • ECMAScript 3rd edition

Camera

 

Front camera

  • MP front camera with fixed-focus, no flash
  • f/, mm focal length (35mm equivalent)

Rear camera

  • 8MP rear camera with auto-focus and LED flash
  • f/, mm focal length (35mm equivalent)

Multimedia

 
  • Stereo audio (with headset)
  • Audio support: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC, WMA, MPEG4, WAV, MIDI
  • Image support: GIF87A, GIF87A, PNG
  • Video support: 3GP, MP4, AVI, WMV
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Specs

  • Battery
    • Usage time: 6 hours
    • Standby time: 13 days
    • Wireless charging type: Qi/
  • Keyboard
    • Touch screen with on-screen keyboard
  • Memory
  • Network
    • 2G/3G/4G/LTE Capable
    • UMTS: Band I (), Band II ()
    • Band IV (/), Band V (), Band VIII () Band 12 ( MHz)
  • Operating System
  • Processor
    • Quad core Krait CPU GHz, Adreno GPU
  • System Manager (Carrier IQ)
  • Emergency Alerts (CMAS)
  • Number Verified
  • HD Voice Capable
  • VoLTE Capable
  • Anti-theft
Connectivity
  • Wi-Fi a/b/g/n
  • Wi-Fi web browsing
  • Wi-Fi sharing
  • Wi-Fi Calling (supported early )
  • NFC
  • Tethering APN
  • Micro USB
  • Bluetooth® , A2DP (stereo Bluetooth), OPP (Object Push Profile), HFP, AVRCP, PBAP
  • T-Mobile Video Calling: No
  • Advanced messaging: No

Web

  • Android browser
  • HTML , XHTML
  • CSS / (Partial)/ (Partial)
  • RTP/RTSP
  • ECMAScript 3rd edition
  • Flash Player 11

Camera

  • 13 MP (rear facing)
  • 2 MP (front facing)
  • Flash
  • Auto focus
  • Face detection
  • Multiple shooting modes
  • Video recording

Multimedia

  • Stereo audio (with headset)
  • Audio support: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC, WMA, MPEG4, WAV, MIDI
  • Image support: GIF87A, GIF87A, PNG
  • Video support: 3GP, MP4, AVI, WMV
  • HAC support: M4, T4
Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/android/google-nexus-6/tech-specs-google-nexus-6
Google Nexus 5: Specs

Nexus 5

Android smartphone by Google

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Nexus 5 Front View.png

Front view of the Nexus&#;5

CodenameHammerhead
DeveloperGoogle, LG Electronics
ManufacturerLG Electronics
SeriesGoogle Nexus
ModelLG-D (North America)
LG-D (Rest of World)
Compatible networks2G/3G/4G LTE
GSM: /// MHz
Model LG-D (North America)
CDMA band class: 0/1/10
WCDMA bands: 1/2/4/5/6/8/19
LTE bands: 1/2/4/5/17/19/25/26/41
Model LG-D (international)
WCDMA bands: 1/2/4/5/6/8
LTE bands: 1/3/5/7/8/20
First releasedOctober&#;31, ; 7 years ago&#;()
Availability by region
DiscontinuedMarch&#;11,&#;&#;()[1]
PredecessorNexus 4
SuccessorNexus 6, Nexus 5X
RelatedLG G2, Nexus 7 ()
TypeSmartphone
Form factorSlate
Dimensions&#;mm (&#;in) H
&#;mm (&#;in) W
&#;mm (&#;in) D
Mass&#;g (&#;oz)
Operating systemOriginal:Android "KitKat"
Current:Android "Marshmallow"
System on chipQualcommSnapdragon
CPU&#;GHz quad-core Krait&#;
GPUAdreno&#;, &#;MHz
Memory2&#;GB of LPDDR RAM
Storage16&#;GB (&#;GB available)[2] or 32&#;GB (&#;GB available)[3]
Battery&#;V &#;mAh, 8&#;Wh
Qi wireless charging non-replaceable
Data inputsMulti-touchcapacitivetouchscreen, Proximity sensor, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer, Accelerometer, Hall effect sensor, Ambient Light sensor, GPS,[4]GLONASS, Beidou,[5] step counter and detector[6]
Display&#;in (&#;mm) Full HD ×&#;px (&#;ppi) IPSLCD, with CorningGorilla Glass 3
Rear camera8&#;MP Sony Exmor IMX 1/inch CMOS sensor with OIS,[7] f/ aperture[8] and LED flash.
Front camera&#;MP
SoundMonaural lateral loudspeaker,[7][9] dual microphones, &#;mm stereo audio jack
ConnectivityMicro USB, SlimPort, NFC, Bluetooth , Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac (single stream)
OtherMulti-color LED notification light[10]
SARHead: &#;W/kg (1&#;g)
Body: &#;W/kg (1&#;g)
Hotspot: &#;W/kg (1&#;g)[11]
Websitehttps://www.google.com/nexus/5/ at the Wayback Machine (archived October 31, )

Nexus&#;5 (code-named Hammerhead)[12] is an Androidsmartphone sold by Google and manufactured by LG Electronics. It is the fifth generation of the Nexus series, succeeding the Nexus 4. It was unveiled on October 31, and served as the launch device for Android "KitKat", which introduced a refreshed interface, performance improvements, greater Google Now integration, and other changes.

The Nexus&#;5 received mostly positive reviews, praising the device's balance of overall performance and cost in comparison to other "flagship" phones, along with the quality of its display and some of the changes introduced by Android

The Nexus 5 was succeeded by the Nexus 6 in October ,[13] and Google ended production of the Nexus 5 in December [14] Google released the Nexus 5X in September (alongside the higher-end Nexus 6P),[15] with a similar design and price as the Nexus 5.

History[edit]

The device was unveiled on October 31, ; it was made available for pre-order from Google Play Store the same day, sold in a black color with either 16 or 32 GB of internal storage.[16][17] Initial pricing was set at $ for the 16 GB model, and $ for the 32 GB version.[18][19] This was much lower than comparable smartphones, which would cost around $[20]

Google released two additional color options in February , black and red, which had identical pricing and hardware.[21]

Google ended production the Nexus 5 in December ,[22] following the release of the Nexus 6. The red and white models were removed from the Google Play Store the same month,[23] while the black model remained available until March 11, [24]

Hardware[edit]

Back, front and side view of a black Nexus 5

The exterior of the Nexus&#;5 is made from a polycarbonate shell with similarities to the Nexus 7, unlike its predecessor that uses a glass-based construction. Three exterior colors are available: black, white and red.[25][26]

Its hardware contains similarities to the LG G2; it is powered by a &#;GHz quad-core Snapdragon&#; processor with 2&#;GB of RAM, either 16 or 32&#;GB of internal storage, and a &#;mAh battery. The Nexus&#;5 uses a inch (marketed as 5-inch) &#;PPIpIPS display, and includes an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization (OIS), and a megapixel front-facing camera. The Nexus&#;5 supports LTE networks where available, unlike the Nexus&#;4 which unofficially supported LTE on Band 4 only with a hidden software option, but was not formally approved or marketed for any LTE use.[27][28] There are two variants of the Nexus&#;5, with varying support for cellular frequency bands; one is specific to North America (LG-D), and the other is designed for the rest of the world (LG-D).[27]

Notable new hardware features also include two new composite sensors: a step detector and a step counter. These new sensors allow applications to easily track steps when the user is walking, running, or climbing stairs. Both sensors are implemented in hardware for low power consumption.[6] Like its predecessors, the Nexus&#;5 does not have a microSD card slot,[29] while it features a multi-color LED notification light.[10] There are two grills present on the lower edge of the Nexus 5: one is for the mono speaker and the other is for the microphone.[7][9]

Software[edit]

Main article: Android (operating system)

Nexus 5, LG-D model (international)

The Nexus&#;5 was the first Android device to ship with Android&#; "KitKat", which had a refreshed interface, improved performance, improved NFC support (such as the ability to emulate a smart card), a new "HDR+" camera shooting mode, native printing functionality, a screen recording utility, and other new and improved functionality.

The device also shipped with Google Now Launcher, a redesigned home screen which allows users to quickly access Google Now on a dedicated page, and allows voice search to be activated on the home screen with a voice command. Unlike the stock home screen, Google Now Launcher is not a component of Android itself; it is implemented as part of the Google Search application. Until 26 February , when it was released on Google Play Store for selected Android devices, Google Now Launcher was exclusively shipped by default on the Nexus&#;5, and was not enabled in Android updates for any other Nexus device. While an update to the Google Search application containing Google Now Launcher (which itself was tweaked to improve compatibility with other devices as well) was publicly released shortly after the Nexus 5's release, the launcher itself could not at the time be enabled without installing a second shim application.[30][31][32]

Hangouts, which now supports text messaging, is used as the default text messaging application.[6][33]

In December , the Nexus 5 began receiving the Android&#; update, which introduced HDR+, fixed issues with auto focus, white balance and other camera issues,.[34][35][36] HDR+ takes a burst of shots with short exposures, selectively aligning the sharpest shots and averaging them using computational photography techniques. Short exposures avoids blur, blowing out highlights and averaging multiple shots reduces noise. HDR+ is similar to lucky imaging used in astrophotography.[37] HDR+ is processed on the Qualcomm Hexagon DSP.[38] It also fixes low speaker volume output in certain applications.[39] Android update followed in a few days, providing further bugfixes and security improvements.[40] In early June , the Nexus 5 received Android update that included dozens of bug fixes,[41] while another mid-June Android update included a fix for an OpenSSL man-in-the-middle vulnerability.[42]

A developer preview of the Android&#; "Lollipop" system image was released for the Nexus&#;5 after the annual Google I/O conference held on June 26, [43] The release version of Android&#; "Lollipop" was made available on November 12, , in form of factory operating system images.[44] On December 15, Android&#; "Lollipop" update began rolling out to Nexus&#;5 with build number LRX22C, the update was listed as being "miscellaneous Android updates."[45] In March , the Nexus&#;5 began receiving the Android&#; "Lollipop" update, which addresses performance issues and other user interface tweaks;[46] however, it is known to introduce certain camera issues.[47][48] In June , Google made the Android "Lollipop" update available for Nexus&#;5 aiming to fix the bugs that were not fixed by Android update.[49]

In May , a developer preview of Android Marshmallow was made available for the Nexus&#;5.[50]

In November , Nexus&#;5 started receiving Android "Marshmallow" update across the world.[51] Following which Nexus&#;5 became one of the first devices to get an Android Marshmallow update in December [52] In August , Google confirmed that the Nexus 5 will not receive an official Android Nougat update,[53] meaning that Android Marshmallow is the last officially supported Android version for the device. The Nexus&#;5's Snapdragon has sufficient processing power to run Android Nougat, as shown by successful tests with the Android N Developer Preview program (indeed the Snapdragon is more powerful than the Snapdragon which does support Nougat), and unofficial custom Nougat ROMs have been created for the Nexus 5. However, due to "Google's requirement for high speed encryption, the Snapdragon / can't pass the CTS (Compatibility Test Suite) and don't comply with the CDD (Compatibility Definition Document)", resulting in such devices not being officially certified for Nougat.[54]

Reception[edit]

The Nexus&#;5 received mostly positive reviews; critics felt that the device provided a notable balance between performance and pricing.[55][56] Although noting nuances with its display, such as its color reproduction and low maximum brightness in comparison to competitors, CNET praised software features such as the new phone dialer interface and Google Now integration on the home screen, but did not believe KitKat provided many major changes over its predecessors. Hangouts as the default text messaging app was criticized for its user interface and for attempting to force the use of a Google service, while the quality of photos taken with the device was described as being "great, but it didn't particularly blow me away." In conclusion, the Nexus 5 was given a 4 out of 5, concluding that "to even compare this $ phone to those that cost upward of $ unlocked (like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, and Apple iPhone 5S) speaks volumes about the Nexus 5's massive appeal and affordability", and that the device "extends the allure of the Nexus brand to anyone simply looking for an excellent yet inexpensive handset."[56]

Engadget was similarly positive in its review of the Nexus&#;5, but noted that the device's LTE support was lacking, as its supported bands are segregated across two model variants, and does not support Verizon Wireless. While praised for its crisp quality, it was noted that the display did not render colors (particularly black and white) as richly as the Galaxy S4, but added that "if you think saturated colors are overrated anyway, you're going to love the display here." While considered an improvement over the Nexus 4, the device's battery life was criticized for not being as good as its competitors, and the quality of its camera was considered to be inconsistent. In conclusion, Engadget argued that "whether or not it was the company's intent, Google is sending a message to smartphone makers that it's possible to make high-quality handsets without costing consumers the proverbial arm and leg. Now we just wait and see if that message will be warmly received."[55]

Compared to the LG G2 which was released earlier and shares the same manufacturer and much of the same hardware, the Nexus&#;5 has a lower-quality rear camera and smaller battery to hit a cheaper price point. However, Nexus&#;5 has been touted as a clean Android software alternative with the added advantage of running the latest Android "KitKat".[57][58][59][60][61][5]

DPReview praised the Android 's HDR+ which brought substantial improvement in speed and prioritized faster shutter speeds with higher ISOs which reduced blur. The computational photography increased dynamic range and reduced noise. However HDR+ resulted in less detail and more noise in low-light scenes.[36]

The Nexus&#;5 still held up well against newer devices as it performed faster than the follow-up Nexus&#;6 released a year later, also noting that the Nexus&#;6 (at an MSRP of US$ versus US$) was much more expensive.[62][63]

Since the release, a portion of users have reported frequent crashes of the camera app which supposedly would not allow use of the camera unless the phone was restarted. It is unknown whether this problem has been fixed.

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  • Shrey Gautam (May 1, ) on Gadgets

    This phone is good in performance and display but weak in camera and battery backup. The battery feature should have been improved before release.

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  • Nexus 5 USB OTG Correction

    Moises Nomada (Aug 18, ) on Gadgets

    Yes it does support USB OTG. I know this because I use it to control the pointer or do file transfers.

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  • Great phone at an exceptional price.

    Abcd Sdf (May 6, ) on Gadgets

    First of all ,I will list down the pros of nexus 5. 1. Pure unadulterated android version,although somewhat you feel like its more of Google. 2.Exceptionally fast processor and bright full hd display. 3.First one to receive latest android updates. 4.Last but not the least,Best value for money phone available in the market in this range. The cons- 1.Average battery life. 2.No slot for external memory card, although you can get the 32 GB version also. 3.Not great camera. All I can say is,if you are ok with its battery life and camera,then just buy this phone,I guarantee you will not regret it.

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  • Very dissapointed with Google

    G Morris (Mar 16, ) on Gadgets

    I bought 3 brand new Nexus 5 from google. 1 1/2 years later two are still working but have had an issue with one from the start. 6 months after buying the phone would not start up. I contacted Google and they said send it back. I did and received a refurbished phone back. Six months after that the phone would try to start up and but never start. Talked to Google on phone, did what they said and it still would not start. Sent it back like they said, this time they said PowerFreeze issue and wanted me to pay $ They said their technical department said physical damage to phone. Phone was in exact shape when rec'd, perfect condition. Also PowerFreeze is a common complaint for this phone. Will never do business with Google again as long as I live.

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  • Ad Game Gamer (Nov 6, ) on Gadgets

    it has snapdragon processor which is suitable for gaming and it has super camera when i changed the usb port of nexus 5 it started turbo charging it is charging very very fast and even it has been 7 years launching nexus 5 this is best phone ever

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  • Why the Google Pixel didn�&#;&#;t work in India

    Arvind (May 4, ) on Gadgets Recommends

    The Google Pixel is the first phone actually made by Google . It is not a reference design to OEMs like the Nexus devices, but rather a device made FOR consumers, a high end smartphone that is Google�&#;&#;s vision of an ideal Android flagship, one that is aimed to dethrone the mighty iPhone. It has the best specifications, a compact design( Pixel, not the XL), the smoothest Android experience( optimized by Google themselves) and is critically acclaimed as the best Android smartphone ever. Google has launched a huge advertising campaign (read: spent lots of money), generated a lot of hype, raised consumer awareness, they even have back orders in America. Sounds like a great phone, doesn�&#;&#;t it? Then why isn�&#;&#;t selling in India? Well, the biggest problem is the price. At 57, INR ( about $), it is expensive. It is in flagship territory. It is competing with the Galaxy S7 and the iPhone. The price itself puts it way out of the budget of ordinary consumers, people looking for the bang for their buck. Plus the price isn�&#;&#;t too far off from an iPhone, which apart from being a really excellent phone, is a status symbol in India. Why would someone buy any other phone, if they have the means for it to flaunt an Apple logo? Plus with Samsung pushing out deals and freebies on their range of smartphones, the Pixel is an even tougher sell, since Indian consumers like to get something �&#;&#;free�&#;&#; for their money, not to forget that Samsung has added loads of features to their S7 line, enticing users for their �&#;&#;you�&#;&#;ll use it one time, but hey, it�&#;&#;s there�&#;&#; features. Then there are the budget flagships, the �&#;&#;flagship killers�&#;&#;, giving people the same internals of the Pixel for roughly half the price ( the OnePlus 3) making the Pixel look like a bad deal. Plus considering that people don�&#;&#;t even buy an iPhone if not for the status symbol, these phones look even more attractive, and are selling quite well. So, the Pixel is not a bad phone, but the it�&#;&#;s punching a bit above its weight, atleast in a money-centric market like India, where a good deal is always preferred. One thing is sure though, the Pixel will sell if the price is lowered (isn�&#;&#;t that true for anything else as well?). But for now, there is no compelling reason for people to buy a Pixel yet, so until then the sales won�&#;&#;t really be the best.

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  • The best Android experience!

    Mohd. Alber Jahangir (Jun 1, ) on Gadgets

    I had recently picked one Nexus 5 and will share how much it impressed, disappointed or wow?d me. Galaxy phones non standardized, outdated and modified versions of android have always frustrated me, I remember how much I wished my S3,S4 were not having the hardware home button and instead the original nexus style home button. Same goes for the multitasking key. While using the non Nexus phones I was always feeling lagging behind when it comes to software update and not having the real feel and functionality of android as google wanted it to be. So, I picked one Nexus 5 and here is the review. I got a black one and the first thing I noticed about the phone is its very understated design. The front face is all black with no branding and actually I like that as it makes it different from the usual crowd of phones. It gives a sense of uniqueness. The back is a soft touch plastic with a Nexus written vertically. The soft touch goes till the edges of the phone and serves as a better grip when in hand and feels extremely comfortable to hold. The ear piece is unusually round but adds to the uniqueness of the phone.There is a notification light at the bottom as with all nexus phones although I never figured out why not on top! The phone feels quite light in hand given the size of it. One thing that I always wished is a removable battery which unfortunately is not the case here. So if you take great care of your phones you can have a shiny phone with a worn out battery after a year or so. There are usual sensors on the front and ceramic power and volume buttons on the sides. On the top you have the headphone jack and a microphone for noise cancellation and talking when the phone is on speakerphone. The back of the phone has a rather unusually big camera lens with a tiny flash LED right beneath it.if you notice the camera lens it actually is not flush to the back but protrudes out a bit and is susceptible to scratches if you keep it on its back on surfaces. I am yet to discover the reasons behind not recessing the camera a bit into the phone to save it from scratches! The bottom of the phone has a microphone and a speakerphone with iPhone 5 like perforations. Since the words that I can use here are limited, I will summarize the review. Nexus is a great phone. Its a phone for the people who are android purists. You are always running the latest android sweetness the moment it is served unlike other android flagships like HTC and samsung where you spend more and get an outdated android version with no gurantee of the upgrade. It performs butterly smooth with no bloatware and you get a clean and minimalist interface which in a way relaxes you. The camera is superb as against the reviews as i found pics well focussed and low light performance was wonderful. With each upgrade it makes it better n better. One thing that I wished it has is a removable battery. But between iPhone 5s, s4 and Nexus 5, I use nexus 5 as its a great phone at an unbeatable price

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  • Swapnil Kolhe (May 31, ) on Gadgets

    This I bought after getting tired of Blackberry Torch.I bought it because read reviews everywhere,watched shows not a single disappointing response from anyone.this Phone was with for 2 months .then I actually lost It somewhere and after that I could not trace it Flagship phone from Google.. Manutfactured by LG.. Powered by QUALCOMM Snapdragon chipset clocked at gHz fastest processor based on the latest Cortex A9 architecture & with Adreno gpu for highly intensive gaming. Its coupled with 2 Gb of RAM for Multitasking and lag free experience. It?s a 5 inch Full HD display x p resolution? with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.. The Nexus5 has a unibody design with a nonremovable battery of mAH which shall easily provide a days backup after heavy usage Looks premium.. Camera is a 8 MP shooter with BSI Sensor capable of recording full HD videos. The device runs on the latest version of Android ie Kitkat and google has already promised the next upgrade: Benchmark scores: AnTuTu: Nenamark fps Quadrant: Pros: Will always get the latest Android updates Very powerful phone at very low price. Premium looks Scratch resitant Glass with an FHD display Cons: No Memory Card Support Battery Non Removable.. Hence in case the device hangs its not possible to reboot the phone by removing the battery

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  • GOOGLE NEXUS 5- Google's very own Masterpiece

    Vikram Bajaj (May 31, ) on Gadgets

    The Nexus 5 has a beautiful Full HD(x) " display. It has an amazingly fast quadcore processor clocked at GHz,works as smooth as butter,no lag whatsoever.With the Nexus 5,Google gives us the PURE ANDROID experience, which is wonderful in every way.There is an 8MP rear shooter and a MP front facing camera,both of which are excellent,especially after the updated camera app.It is capable of recording full HD videos. The phone is sleek and a pleasure to hold and work with.It also has a notification light,a feature not so common out there. Google makes sure it updates all its core apps regularly to give us a wonderful experience. Obviously, being a Nexus,it is guaranteed to receive all the latest Android? updates. But,as we all are aware,every coin has two faces;so does the Nexus 5.There are a few flaws with this near-to-perfect phone:The speakers aren't loud enough at times as tend to get covered while playing games in landscape mode due to their sometimes inconvenient position.Also,the camera fails to focus properly once in a while,but this is being looked into by Google Camera? updates. The good points outweigh the bad ones over all. All in all,the Nexus 5 is a dream come true and I'm very glad to be a proud owner of one.I would surely recommend it to everyone out there! Get one if you haven't already, I'm sure you won't regret it! :)

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  • Gollem Mazek (May 31, ) on Gadgets

    I lost my Samsung galaxy S4 and decided to look for a cheaper alternative. I got the Nexus 5 32Gb. All I can say is I love it! Simple Android interface without all the bloated apps I had on my previous phone. Pure android experience. The battery is good. To be honest the camera images are pretty much the same as the samsung and gives me no issues especially the HDR mode which works excellent. Love the photosphere setting!. The optical stabilization is excellent too. As for no sd storage it makes no difference as 32gb is plenty(around 26gb available due to OS etc) and I would rather store my photos or whatever on google drive (cloud) as its safer that way considering I lost my previous images that I had on my Samsung. The phone feels faster and more smooth as well. The screen is just awesome and is better. I got the white back version and it looks excellent. Nice build quality for the price and feels lighter than what it looks. The speed on 4G network is outstanding. Everything just runs fast and nothing slows it down. The only downside is the speaker location on the bottom of the phone and general sound level is not as loud as my previous phone but its not far off. Everything else is betterI am overall extremely pleased with the Nexus 5 and I would highly recommend it. Honestly I cant think of any other phone which comes close for the money

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    Google Nexus S - Official introduction

    Google Nexus 6

    Description

    The Nexus 6 is powered by the Snapdragon system chip, the jewel in Qualcomm’s bit crown. This is the last iteration of Qualcomm’s Krait CPU core architecture, with four cores running at up to GHz, along with 3GB of RAM, and Adreno graphics. The devices sports a " AMOLED screen with x pixels resolution, a megapixel shooter capable of capturing 4K videos, a secondary 2-megapixel unit can be found on the front alongside the two front facing speakers.

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    Display

    Benchmarks

    Size: inches
    Resolution: x pixels, PPI
    Technology:AMOLED
    Screen-to-body: %
    Touchscreen:Capacitive, Multi-touch
    Features:Scratch-resistant glass (Corning Gorilla Glass 3), Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor

    Hardware

    Benchmarks

    System chip:Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ
    Processor:Quad-core, MHz, Krait
    GPU:Adreno
    RAM:3GB LPDDR3
    Internal storage:64GB, available to use: 58 GB
    Device type:Smartphone
    OS:Android ( Nougat, Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop, Lollipop) Screenshots

    Battery

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    Capacity: mAh
    Type:Li - Polymer, Not user replaceable
    Charging:Qi wireless charging

    Camera

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    Rear:Single camera Camera samples
    Main camera:13 MP (OIS, Autofocus)
    Specifications:Aperture size: F
    Video recording:x (4K UHD) (30 fps), x (Full HD) (30 fps), x (HD) (30 fps)
    Front:2 MP
    Video capture:x (Full HD)

    Design

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    Dimensions: x x inches ( x x mm)
    Weight: oz ( g)
    Resistance:Splash
    Keys:Right: Volume control, Lock/Unlock key
    Colors:Blue, White

    Cellular

    LTE (FDD):Bands 1(), 3(), 5(), 7(), 8(), 19( Upper), 20( DD), 28( APT)
    LTE (TDD):Bands 41(+)
    UMTS:Bands 6(), 5(), 8(), 4(/), 2(), 1()
    Data Speed:LTE-A Cat 6 (/50 Mbit/s), HSDPA+ (4G) Mbit/s, HSDPA+ (4G) Mbit/s, HSUPA Mbit/s
    SIM type:Nano SIM
    VoLTE:Yes

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    Headphones:mm jack
    Speakers:Earpiece, Multiple speakers
    Features:Album art cover, Background playback

    Connectivity & Features

    Bluetooth:
    Wi-Fi: a, b, g, n, ac, dual-band; MIMO, Hotspot
    USB:microUSB, USB
    Features:Mass storage device, Charging
    Location:GPS, A-GPS, Glonass
    Sensors:Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer
    Other:NFC, Tethering, Computer sync, OTA sync
    Hearing aid compatible:M4, T4

    Phone features

    Notifications:Haptic feedback, Music ringtones (MP3), Polyphonic ringtones, Vibration, Flight mode, Silent mode, Speakerphone
    Other features:Voice dialing, Voice commands, Voice recording, TTY/TDD

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    FCC approval:
    Date approved:Oct 24,
    FCC ID value: IHDT56QD1
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    Head: W/kg
    Body: W/kg
    Simultaneous Transmission: W/kg
    Wireless Router: W/kg

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    Officially announced:Oct 15,
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    Google Nexus

    For other uses, see Nexus.

    Series of electronic devices by Google

    ‹&#;The templateInfobox information appliance is being considered for merging.&#;›

    Google Nexus is a discontinued line of consumer electronic devices that run the Androidoperating system. Google managed the design, development, marketing, and support of these devices, but some development and all manufacturing were carried out by partnering with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The line also included tablets and streaming media players, though neither type of device are currently available. The most recent tablet was the Nexus 9 (made with HTC), and the most recent streaming media player the Nexus Player (made with Asus).

    Devices in the Nexus line[2] were considered Google's flagship Android products. They contained little to no manufacturer or wireless carrier modifications to Android (such as custom user interfaces[3]), although devices sold through carriers may be SIM locked and had some extra branding. The VerizonGalaxy Nexus featured a Verizon logo on the back and received software updates at a slower pace than the unlocked variant, though it featured different hardware to accommodate Verizon's CDMA network. All Nexus devices featured an unlockable bootloader[4] to allow further development and end-user modification.[5] Nexus devices are often among the first Android devices to receive updates to the operating system.[6][7][8]

    With the expansion of the Google Pixel product line in late , Google stated that they "don't want to close a door completely, but there is no plan right now to do more Nexus devices."[9] In , Google partnered with HMD Global in making new Nokia phones, which have been considered by some as a revival of Nexus.[10][11][12][13]

    Devices[edit]

    Phones[edit]

    Main article: Comparison of Google Nexus smartphones

    Nexus One[edit]

    Main article: Nexus One

    The Nexus One was manufactured by HTC and released in January as the first Nexus phone. It was released with Android Eclair, and was updated in May to be the first phone with Android Froyo. It was further updated to Android Gingerbread. It was announced that Google would cease support for the Nexus One, whose graphics processing unit (GPU) is poor at rendering the new 2D acceleration engine of the UI in Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The Nexus S and newer models have hardware designed to handle the new rendering. It was the only Nexus device to have card storage expandability (SD).

    • Display: " display with × pixel resolution
    • CPU: 1&#;GHz QualcommScorpion
    • Storage: MB (expandable)
    • RAM: MB
    • GPU: Adreno
    • Camera: 5 MP rear camera

    Nexus S[edit]

    Main article: Nexus S

    The Nexus S, manufactured by Samsung, was released in December to coincide with the release of Android Gingerbread. In December it was updated to Android Ice Cream Sandwich, with most variations later being updatable to Android Jelly Bean in July [14] The device's support was ended after Jelly Bean and no longer receives updates from Google.

    • Display: " display with × pixel resolution
    • Chipset: Hummingbird
    • CPU: 1&#;GHz single-core ARM Cortex-A8
    • Storage: 16 GB (Partitioned: 1 GB internal storage and 15 GB USB storage)
    • RAM: MB
    • GPU: PowerVR SGX
    • Battery: mAH (replaceable)

    Galaxy Nexus[edit]

    Main article: Galaxy Nexus

    The Galaxy Nexus, again manufactured by Samsung, was released in November (GSM version, US version released on December 15, ) to coincide with the release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The device support was ended after Jelly Bean and no longer receives updates from Google. This device is known in Brazil as Galaxy X due to a trademark on the "Nexus" brand.[15] It is also the last Nexus device to have a removable battery.

    • Display: " HD Super AMOLED display with × pixel resolution
    • CPU: &#;GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9
    • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
    • RAM: 1 GB

    Nexus 4[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 4

    The Nexus 4 smartphone, also known as the LG Nexus 4 or LG Mako, was released in November and manufactured by LG. It was the first Android device that used Android Jelly Bean update version. Nexus 4 is the first Nexus device to have wireless charging capabilities. It was updated to Android in June and to Android in November It can run Android as of April [16] The Nexus 4 has the following characteristics:

    • Display: " Corning Gorilla Glass 2, True HD IPS Plus capacitive touchscreen, × pixel resolution, 16M colors
    • CPU: Quad-core &#;GHz Krait
    • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ
    • Storage: 8 or 16 GB
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • GPU: Adreno
    • Battery: Non-removable Li-Po mAh battery, wireless charging
    • Camera: 8 MP rear camera with × pixels, autofocus, and LED flash; &#;MP front camera

    Nexus 5[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 5

    The Nexus 5 smartphone, again manufactured by LG, was scheduled for sale on October 31, for US$ at the Google Play store. It was the first device to run Android KitKat. The Nexus 5 did not receive an official Android Nougat update,[17] meaning that Android Marshmallow is the last officially supported Android version for the device. The Nexus 5 has the following characteristics:[18]

    • Display: " Corning Gorilla Glass 3, IPS LCD touchscreen, × pixel resolution (p)
    • Processor: &#;GHz Krait quad-core processor on a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC
    • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • GPU: Adreno
    • Battery: 2,&#;mAh lithium polymer, wireless charging
    • Cameras: 8 MP rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS); &#;MP front camera
    • Connectivity: 4GLTE, a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
    • Colors: Black, White, or Red

    Nexus 6[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 6

    The Nexus 6 is a smartphone developed by Motorola, originally running Android Lollipop (upgradeable to Android Nougat[19]). It was first announced on October 15, along with the Nexus 9 and the Nexus Player.[20][21]

    • Display: " Quad HD AMOLED PenTile (RGBG) display with × pixel resolution ( ppi)
    • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon - Quad-core &#;GHz
    • Modem: Qualcomm MDMM
    • Storage: 32 or 64&#;GB
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • GPU: Adreno
    • Battery: mAh with Turbo Charging technology, non-removable, wired charging
    • Cameras: 13&#;MP rear camera with f/ lens featuring OIS; 2&#;MP front camera
    • Speakers: Dual front facing stereo
    • Colors: Midnight Blue and Cloud White

    Nexus 5X[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 5X

    The Nexus 5X is a smartphone developed by LG originally running Android Marshmallow (upgradeable to Android Oreo[22]). It was first announced on September 29, , along with the Nexus 6P and several other Google devices (such as the Pixel C tablet).[23]

    • Display: " FHD LCD display with × pixel resolution (ppi)
    • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon - Hexa-core &#;GHz
    • Storage: 16 or 32&#;GB
    • RAM: 2 GB LPDDR3
    • GPU: Adreno
    • Battery: mAh with rapid charging, non-removable
    • Cameras: &#;MP rear camera with f/ lens and IR laser-assisted autofocus;[24] 5&#;MP front camera with f/ lens
    • Speakers: Single front-facing speaker
    • Colors: Carbon (black), Quartz (white), and Ice (mint)

    Nexus 6P[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 6P

    The Nexus 6P is a smartphone developed by Huawei originally running Android Marshmallow. It was first announced on September 29, along with the Nexus 5X and several other Google devices (such as the Pixel C tablet).[25]

    • Display: " WQHD AMOLED display with × pixel resolution (ppi)
    • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon - Octa-core 4 × &#;GHz, 4 × &#;GHz
    • Storage: 32, 64, or &#;GB
    • RAM: 3 GB LPDDR4
    • GPU: Adreno
    • Battery: mAh with rapid charging, non-removable
    • Cameras: &#;MP rear camera with f/ lens and IR laser-assisted autofocus;[24] 8&#;MP front camera with f/ lens
    • Speakers: Dual front-facing stereo
    • Colors: Aluminum, Graphite, Frost, or Gold[26][27]

    Tablets[edit]

    Main article: Comparison of Google Nexus tablets

    Nexus 7[edit]

    First generation[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 7 ()

    On June 27, , at its I/O keynote presentation, Google introduced the Nexus 7, a 7-inch tablet computer developed with and manufactured by Asus. Released in July , it was the first device to run Android Jelly Bean. The latest Android version supported by Google for the device is Android Lollipop.

    • Display: 7" display with × pixel resolution
    • SoC: Nvidia Tegra 3
    • CPU: &#;GHz quad-core Cortex-A9
    • Storage: 8, 16, or 32 GB
    • RAM: 1 GB
    • GPU: ULP GeForce
    • Battery: mAh (non-removable)
    Second generation[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 7 ()

    On July 24, , at Google's "Breakfast with Sundar Pichai" press conference, Pichai introduced the second generation Nexus 7, again co-developed with Asus. Keeping with Google Nexus tradition, it was simultaneously released with the latest version, Android Jelly Bean. It was made available on July 26, at select retailers and on the Google Play store in the United States.[28] On November 20, , it was available from the Google Play stores in Hong Kong and India. On the same day, the Nexus Wireless Charger was made available in the United States and Canada.[29] In December , Google released Android Marshmallow for the device.[30] The Nexus 7 () will not receive an official Android Nougat update,[17] meaning that Android Marshmallow is the last officially supported Android version for the tablet.

    • Display: " display with × pixel resolution
    • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon S4Pro
    • CPU: &#;GHz quad-core Krait
    • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • GPU: &#;MHz quad-core Adreno
    • Battery: mAh (non-removable)

    Nexus 10[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 10

    The Nexus 10, a inch tablet manufactured by Samsung, was revealed in late October by the Exif data of photos taken by Google executive, Vic Gundotra,[31] along with the leaks of its manual and a comprehensive series of photos. The leaked photos revealed a design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note , with a inch × display, 16 or 32&#;GB of storage, Android&#;, and a dual-core &#;GHz Exynos 5 processor. The Nexus&#;10 was expected to be unveiled officially during a Google press event on October 29, , but the event was postponed due to Hurricane Sandy.[32][33] The Nexus&#;10 would not receive any official updates beyond Android&#;

    • Display: " Corning Gorilla Glass 2 with × pixel resolution
    • CPU: &#;GHz dual-core Cortex-A15
    • Chipset: Samsung Exynos
    • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • GPU: Mali-T MP4

    Nexus 9[edit]

    Main article: Nexus 9

    The Nexus 9 is an inch tablet running Android Lollipop, developed in collaboration between Google and HTC. It was first announced on October 15, along with the Nexus 6 and the Nexus Player.[20]

    • Display: " Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with × pixel resolution
    • CPU: &#;GHz dual-core bit Nvidia Tegra K1 "Denver"
    • Chipset: Nvidia Tegra K1
    • Storage: 16 or 32&#; GB
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Dual front-facing speakers featuring HTC BoomSound

    Digital media players[edit]

    Nexus Q[edit]

    Main article: Nexus Q

    The Nexus Q is a discontinued digital media player that ran Android and integrated with Google Play, to sell at US$ in the United States.

    After complaints about a lack of features for the price, the Nexus Q was shelved indefinitely; Google said it needed time to make the product "even better".[34] The Nexus Q was unofficially replaced by the Chromecast, and further by the Nexus Player.

    Nexus Player[edit]

    Main article: Nexus Player

    The Nexus Player is a streaming media player created in collaboration between Google and Asus. It is the first device running Android TV. It was first announced on October 15, along with the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9.[20] On May 24, , Google discontinued sales of the Nexus Player.[35] In March , Google confirmed that the Nexus Player would not receive the upcoming version of Android, Android Pie, and that security updates had also ended for the device.[36]

    • &#;GHz quad-core Intel Atom processor
    • ac 2x2 (MIMO)
    • HDMI out
    • Remote control (with 2 AAA batteries)
    • Gamepad (Purchased separately)[37]

    Philip K. Dick estate claim[edit]

    Upon the announcement of the first Nexus device, the Nexus One, the estate of science fiction author Philip K. Dick claimed that the Nexus One name capitalized on intellectual property from Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and that the choice of name was a direct reference to the Nexus-6 series of androids in the novel.[38]

    See also[edit]

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