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Timeka Vershae
Overall
4.4
Timeka Vershae

"Great Phone"

I've owned my Nexus 5 for a few weeks, and it has quickly become one of my favorite phones. Stock Android combined with Kit Kat, the latest version of Android, runs as smoothly as ever. The 5.0 inch display is very sharp and offers crisp text; however, colors do appear to be washed out.

Furthermore, the 8 Megapixel camera has received a new update but is still mediocre at best. The camera could definitely use some improvements. Also, there were initially a lot of complaints about the speakers; however, LG has since revised the Nexus 5 and has corrected the speaker issue. I haven't experienced any issues with my speakers, they are actually quite good. Call quality and reception have also been good for me. Battery life has also been decent for me as well. I charge the device at night and depending on my usage I still have battery remaining later that day.

Overall, I really like the Nexus 5! I am very fond of the fact that the phone is both CDMA and GSM, meaning I can run the phone on both of my carriers T-Mobile or Sprint and receive LTE. I also like the off contract starting price of $350. I believe this phone is a great buy and would definitely recommend it, especially if you do not want to extend your contract or be contract free.


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