What’s up everyone? There comes a time in everybody’s life when you simply don’t look on your mobile device the same way you used to the first day you got it. You start to focus more on the negatives rather than the positives and you begin to feel like the phone is out to get you. By that I mean the phone would take a really long period of time in order to boot up or that the buttery smooth experience which was once a joy, is no longer present. We’ve all been there people and I’m starting to feel the very same way about my iPhone 4. Yes I said it, the iPhone 4. I’ve had the device since it was first released back in 2010 and I have never felt the need to change it annually like other people do.
We are currently in the month of August and a lot of cool devices have been announced so far such as the iPhone 6 and the Samsung Galaxy s5 which is an amazing device but there has got to be something better out there, there just has to be. With that idea on my mind I decided to do a little bit more research in terms of the pure android experience and some of my readers probably already know where this is going. If not, here are some hints which will surely get you people going KitKat, stunning display, wireless charging. Yes people my next handheld device of choice is the one and only Nexus 5.
The Nexus series has always taken tech reviewers and people all around the world by surprise mainly due to the fact that the device is an affordable monster. A couple of nights ago I was watching a comparison video between the iPhone 5s and the Nexus 5 and the results which I saw were outstanding. Even though the Nexus may have only been a few seconds quicker than the iPhone its still something right? It just truly shows that you don’t need to pay a crap load of money in order to get a top of the range device.
The phone features a beautiful 4.95 inch 1920 by 1080 display, a Snapdragon 800, 2.26GHz processor, its the first phone to have Android’s latest software the Android 4.4 KitKat. It has a 1.3MP front facing camera which I’m not overly concerned about and an 8MP rear facing camera with optical image stabilization. The great thing is that the phone is incredibly light weighing in at 4.59 ounces (130g). For those of you who may be concerned about the battery life of this device I have some bad news for you. Due to the fact that the phone is incredibly thin and light it means that there wasn’t much room for a huge battery which means that you probably will not be able to go a full day without having to charge the device, especially if you’re going to have that LTE network running in the background.
On the bright side the device is available in three colors, Black, White and Red and you can either purchase a 16GB or 32GB version of the device. By the way for those of you out there who have a colorful personality you can always pick up a nice case which looks cool and protects your device at the same time.
Overall this device is everything I need in order to communicate with all of you out there via Twitter and scoping out the latest pieces of games and tech via the super quick web browser, Google Chrome. Let me know in the comments below if you are also thinking of picking this one up or if you already own this fantastic device and let me know what your overall experience with the device is.
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Source: Nexus 5