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The Nexus 5 promises a great finale to yet another exciting smartphone season. It's not only the droids that stand to attention. This could have been a deja-vu moment for everybody.The fifth gen Google phone will probably have to work harder than ever.
The best of Google on your homescreen - that's what it's all about - and at a price that's almost too good to be true.
The Nexus 5 has one of the most understated exterior designs a flagship smartphone has ever had. The top of the Nexus 5 is where you find the 3.5mm headphone jack and the secondary microphone.
The gadget measures 5.43 inches tall and 2.72 creeps wide. It's more slender and lighter than the earlier model, at 0.34 crawls thick and 4.59 ounces. Agreeable to hold, the Nexus 5 feels tough and thick in the hand. When it's confronting up from a table, its bended back makes it simpler to get off the surface.
The Google Nexus 5 stands a 5" True HD IPS of Full HD resolution.The display is impressively sharp, thanks to the amazing pixel density of 445ppi.
The color balance is quite good and slightly better than even what the G2 offered. Contrast is a lower though and so is saturation, which means some of the extra punchiness is gone.
The overall screen reflectiveness is very low and the display is very bright. There is some contrast loss when you are viewing the screen at an angle, but it's minor.
8MP camera does okay
The Nexus 5 doesn't pay attention to the megapixel race and instead keeps the more than adequate 8 MP resolution of last year's Nexus.
There's an LED flash as well but what's more impressive is the optical image stabilization. The Nexus 4 had a 1/4.0" camera sensor and 1.12um pixels, while the Nexus 5 packs a much larger 1/3.2" image, which given results bigger 1.4um pixels.
Under the soft touch back cover sits a 2,300mAh Li-Ion battery, which Google rates to last up to 17 hours of 3G talk time.You can find a full breakdown of how it did in our dedicated.