Google Nexus 5 Official Specs and Review

By: Adam Cable on

The rest of the rumors, leakages and the buzz are now actually around since the LG Nexus 5 is recognised. The search engine giants, Google, have simply introduced the brand new smart-phone therefore the delay is lastly around, isn’t it time for this. 

Storage choices for the Nexus 5 is likely to be 16 or 32GB and it generally does not include a micro-sd card position, which is really a disappointment. Additional specifications incorporate a battery, 8MP rear camera with LED and OIS flash, which utilizes a 1/3.2? sensor and f/2.4 aperture, the Nexus 5 also offers a 1.3MP camera for video-calling about the front in addition to LED flash.

The new LG Nexus 5 rocks up with an awesome 4.95-inch LCD Gorilla Glass three with 1080p-resolution and pixel-density of 445 ppi, additional specifications contain 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU with Krait 400 cores, 2GB of RAM, Adreno 330 GPU and the manufacturer new Android 4.4 KitKat operating-system all aboard when you start the box.  

The dimensions of the Nexus 5 by LG is 137.84 x 69.17 x 8.59mm and weighs simply 130 grams, it’s 4G LTE, NFC, A-GPS, quad-band 3G, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.0 LE. 

On Google Play the Nexus 5 16-gb is ¬£299 and it’ll be ¬£339 for that 32GB, a great Xmas gift! It’ll even be accessible soon at these suppliers: T-Mobile, Sprint, RadioShack and Amazon. Should you choose purchase via Google Play please note the Nexus 5 may depart the stockroom by November seven, 2013. 

If you such as the noise of the LG Nexus 5 you can purchase at this time via Google Play in the united kingdom, US, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Canada, Korea, Spain, Italy, and what’s promising is those who reside in India mightn’t have to wait so long as they did for your Nexus 4, the Nexus 5 release date is considered arriving quickly.

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