Google Nexus 5 review

The Google Nexus 5 is the amazing phone used by Google as a flag smartphone in the year 2013. This android smartphone exhibited amazing features thus its listing as performance smartphones. This phone has been built by LG for Google.

Design and build

This phone is by far the biggest nexus phone as well as the slimmest in the market. It measures 8.59 mm thin. This phone is designed in black and white colors. It has a mette plastic case that makes it look simple. It has a screen of 4.95 inches and has a full HD display.



The Nexus 5 has runs on an android system named KitKat. This OS has been polished to deliver optimized services. This OS has facilitated fast processing of applications due to its amazing features. Running on a 2.3GHz quad-core processor has helped the phone work fast. The OS is set to work in sync with Google thus availing Google updates to phone users as soon as they are released.


Display: The phone has amazing display with pleasing colors made available using the IPS technology.

Memory: The Nexus 5 has 2GB RAM which helps in fast processing using the OS in place. It also has variable inbuilt memory of 16 and 32 GB. It also accommodates expansion allowing users to expand its memory capacity.

Camera: The Nexus 5 has 8MP camera with optical image stabilization and new HDR + mode. These features allow for good photos despite bad lighting and motion. It also facilitates combination of several shots to give off a single worthwhile shot.

Connectivity: This phone is designed to use 4G internet. It is also compatible with both 3G and 2G connection working especially with HSPA. The phone also has dualband Wi-Fi allowing fast downloads. It also has Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB, and NFC.

Battery life: The Nexus 5 has the 2330mAH capacity battery which allows for longer use. Clients can access up to 7 hours of uninterrupted browsing. It is not very good for heavy web users as it would barely make it through a day.