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Features

  • 4G LTE Capable
  • Android
  • Touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi
  • 8 megapixels
  • Video player
  • Email
  • GPS
  • Vew full specs
 

Average Score:

86/100

"If you compare the Nexus 5 to any other phone with a 5-inch display, it has at least one area where it is better than it..."

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Google Nexus 5
$9/mth
$55 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited SMS within Australia to standard Australian numbers
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  • Over 4x 4G coverage area of other networks
24
Months
$550
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500MB
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$64/mth$55 plan + phone
Min. Total Cost $1,536
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Google Nexus 5
$8/mth (After Handset Repayment Discounts)
$60 Business Performance Plan: Small (S)
Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers
  • Free voice calls on the same account
  • 1GB included data
  • Australia’s most reliable mobile network
24
Months
$600
Details
1GB
Details
$68/mth$60 plan + phone
Min. Total Cost $1,632
over 24 months

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Google Nexus 5
$2/mth
$70 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers
  • All to std Australian numbers (excl use O/S)
  • Australia’s most reliable mobile network
  • Over 4x 4G coverage area of other networks
24
Months
$700
Details
1.5GB
Details
$72/mth$70 plan + phone
Min. Total Cost $1,728
over 24 months
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Google Nexus 5
-$2.00/mth (After Handset Repayment Discounts)
$80 Business Performance Plan: Medium (M)
Untimed calls during Business Hours
  • Untimed calls during Business Hours
  • Free voice calls on the same account
  • Australia’s most reliable mobile network
24
Months
$800
Details
1.5GB
Details
$78/mthMin. Total Cost $1,872
over 24 months

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Google Nexus 5
$0 upfront
$95 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Free talk 7pm - 7am every night and all day Sat and Sun, plus unlimited SMS, all to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas)
  • All to std Australian numbers (excl use O/S)
  • Australia’s most reliable mobile network
  • Over 4x 4G coverage area of other networks
24
Months
$950
Details
2.5GB
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$95/mthMin. Total Cost $2,280
over 24 months
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Google Nexus 5
-$5.00/mth (After Handset Repayment Discounts)
$100 Business Performance Plan: Large (L)
Free calling during 9-5pm weekdays
  • Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers
  • Free voice calls on the same account
  • Free MessageBank or MessageBank PLUS
24
Months
$900
Details
2GB
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$95/mthMin. Total Cost $2,280
over 24 months

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Google Nexus 5
$0 upfront
$130 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited talk, SMS and MMS to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas)
  • All to std Australian numbers (excl use O/S)
  • Australia’s most reliable mobile network
  • Over 4x 4G coverage area of other networks
24
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Unlimited
Conditions Apply
3GB
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$130/mthMin. Total Cost $3,120
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Google Nexus 5
$0 upfront (After Handset Repayment Discounts)
$130 Business Performance Plan: Extra Large (XL)
Unlimited calls anytime and unlimited SMS
  • Free Messagebank or MessageBank PLUS
  • Over 4x 4G coverage of other networks
  • Australia’s most reliable mobile network
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Unlimited
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3GB
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$130/mthMin. Total Cost $3,120
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$550 Value - Analysis

Telstra - $55 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited SMS within Australia to standard Australian numbers

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  • 207 x 2 minute calls
  • +Unlimited text messages (SMS)
  • +110 picture messages (MMS)
  • =$550 value
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Telstra
Flagfall$0.40 per call
Voice calls$0.99 per minute
SMSN/A
MMS$0.50 each
Video flagfall$0.40 per call
Video calls$0.99 per minute
 

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$600 Value - Analysis

Telstra Business - $60 Business Performance Plan: Small (S)
Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers

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  • 226 x 2 minute calls
  • +Unlimited text messages (SMS)
  • +120 picture messages (MMS)
  • =$600 value
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Telstra Business
Flagfall$0.40 per call
Voice calls$0.99 per minute
SMSN/A
MMS$0.50 each
Video flagfall$0.40 per call
Video calls$0.99 per minute
 

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$700 Value - Analysis

Telstra - $70 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers

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  • 264 x 2 minute calls
  • +Unlimited text messages (SMS)
  • +140 picture messages (MMS)
  • =$700 value
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Telstra
Flagfall$0.40 per call
Voice calls$0.99 per minute
SMSN/A
MMS$0.50 each
Video flagfall$0.40 per call
Video calls$0.99 per minute
 

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$800 Value - Analysis

Telstra Business - $80 Business Performance Plan: Medium (M)
Untimed calls during Business Hours

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  • 302 x 2 minute calls
  • +Unlimited text messages (SMS)
  • +160 picture messages (MMS)
  • =$800 value
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Telstra Business
Flagfall$0.40 per call
Voice calls$0.99 per minute
SMSN/A
MMS$0.50 each
Video flagfall$0.40 per call
Video calls$0.99 per minute
 

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$950 Value - Analysis

Telstra - $95 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Free talk 7pm - 7am every night and all day Sat and Sun, plus unlimited SMS, all to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas)

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  • 359 x 2 minute calls
  • +Unlimited text messages (SMS)
  • +190 picture messages (MMS)
  • =$950 value
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Telstra
Flagfall$0.40 per call
Voice calls$0.99 per minute
SMSN/A
MMS$0.50 each
Video flagfall$0.40 per call
Video calls$0.99 per minute
 

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$900 Value - Analysis

Telstra Business - $100 Business Performance Plan: Large (L)
Free calling during 9-5pm weekdays

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  • 340 x 2 minute calls
  • +Unlimited text messages (SMS)
  • +180 picture messages (MMS)
  • =$900 value
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Telstra Business
Flagfall$0.40 per call
Voice calls$0.99 per minute
SMSN/A
MMS$0.50 each
Video flagfall$0.40 per call
Video calls$0.99 per minute
 

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Included Value

Telstra - $130 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited talk, SMS and MMS to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas)

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You can make as many calls as you want to local, national, and local GSM mobile numbers. Refer to the carrier's Fair Use Policy for more information.

 

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Included Value

Telstra Business - $130 Business Performance Plan: Extra Large (XL)
Unlimited calls anytime and unlimited SMS

Here's what you get...

You can make as many calls as you want to local, national, and local GSM mobile numbers. Refer to the carrier's Fair Use Policy for more information.

 

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500MB Data

within Australia
Telstra - $55 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited SMS within Australia to standard Australian numbers

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  • 437 web pages
  • +250 emails
  • +20 videos
  • =500MB

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TelstraExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
6GB$60.00

 

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1GB Data

within Australia
Telstra Business - $60 Business Performance Plan: Small (S)
Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers

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  • 875 web pages
  • +500 emails
  • +40 videos
  • =1GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
Telstra BusinessExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
8GB$60.00

 

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1.5GB Data

within Australia
Telstra - $70 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited SMS to standard Australian numbers

Here's a usage example:
  • 1312 web pages
  • +750 emails
  • +60 videos
  • =1.5GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
TelstraExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
6GB$60.00

 

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1.5GB Data

within Australia
Telstra Business - $80 Business Performance Plan: Medium (M)
Untimed calls during Business Hours

Here's a usage example:
  • 1312 web pages
  • +750 emails
  • +60 videos
  • =1.5GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
Telstra BusinessExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
8GB$60.00

 

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2.5GB Data

within Australia
Telstra - $95 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Free talk 7pm - 7am every night and all day Sat and Sun, plus unlimited SMS, all to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas)

Here's a usage example:
  • 2187 web pages
  • +1250 emails
  • +100 videos
  • =2.5GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
TelstraExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
6GB$60.00

 

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2GB Data

within Australia
Telstra Business - $100 Business Performance Plan: Large (L)
Free calling during 9-5pm weekdays

Here's a usage example:
  • 1750 web pages
  • +1000 emails
  • +80 videos
  • =2GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
Telstra BusinessExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
8GB$60.00

 

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3GB Data

within Australia
Telstra - $130 Mobile Accelerate Plan
Unlimited talk, SMS and MMS to standard Australian numbers (excludes use overseas)

Here's a usage example:
  • 2625 web pages
  • +1500 emails
  • +120 videos
  • =3GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
TelstraExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
6GB$60.00

 

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3GB Data

within Australia
Telstra Business - $130 Business Performance Plan: Extra Large (XL)
Unlimited calls anytime and unlimited SMS

Here's a usage example:
  • 2625 web pages
  • +1500 emails
  • +120 videos
  • =3GB

This estimate is a guide only. Based on web page=0.8MB, email=0.2MB, video=5MB
Telstra BusinessExtra data:
250MB$5.00
1GB$15.00
3GB$30.00
8GB$60.00

 

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Google Nexus 5 Specs

Display
TypeLCD
Screen Resolution1080 x 1920 pixels
Screen Size5 inch (12.7 cm)
TouchscreenYes
Camera
Resolution8 megapixels
3D Resolution-
Flash TypeLED
Optical Zoom-
Digital Zoom-
Video Camera1080p
Music & Video
Music PlayerYes
Video PlayerYes
Video CallsYes
FM RadioNo
Audio FormatsMP3, WAV, eAAC+, AC3
Video FormatsMP4, H.264, H.263
Memory
RAM2.05GB
Internal16GB
Expandable-
Physical
Form FactorSlate
Width69.2 mm
Height137.8 mm
Thickness8.6 mm
Weight130 grams
AccelerometerYes
GyroYes
Connectivity
Main Connectivity4G LTE
Maximum Data Speed42Mbps
QuadbandYes
Wi-Fi802.11 b/g/n
USB2.0
BluetoothYes
NetxG CapableYes
Telstra Blue TickNo
NetworksGSM/EDGE/GPRS 850, 900, 1800, 1900
Data NetworksLTE 800 / 850 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600, HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
Messaging
Push EmailYes
Text Messages (SMS)Yes
Picture Messages (MMS)Yes
EmailPOP3, SMTP, IMAP
General
GPSYes
MP3 RingtonesYes
Battery (2G Talk)Up to 17 hours
Battery (Standby)Up to 12 days 12 hours
App StoreGoogle Play
Processor TypeQualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974
Operating SystemAndroid
Release DateOctober 2013

Google Nexus 5 Reviews

Average Score:

86/100

100/100

"Despite that this is without a doubt the best Nexus yet, it’s one of the best Android smartphones available and, in a rather odd twist, it’s probably the best phone LG has made. If we were them we’d be kicking ourselves." 5/5 Stars

t3.com
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100/100

"From the front it’s almost all screen, with super skinny bezels making it just a touch taller and wider than the outgoing Nexus 4 despite the larger display. Impressive – and it manages to make the One’s facade look downright cluttered by comparison." 5/5 Stars

Stuff.tv
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WhistleOut Review

V.Positive

"If you compare the Nexus 5 to any other phone with a 5-inch display, it has at least one area where it is better than its competitors. It is faster than a Galaxy S4 and an HTC One, better designed that an LG G2."

Joseph Hanlon (WhistleOut)
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90/100

"The calling experience on the Nexus 5 is pretty good. The sound quality isn't as good as it is on devices with superior ear speakers, but we didn't have a problem making or receiving calls." 4.5/5 Stars

Pocket-lint.com
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Positive

"The Nexus experience is so perfect because it focuses on beautiful hardware and clean installs of Android. It’s brilliant out of the box because of the beautiful simplicity paired with savage power."

Gizmodo.com
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Positive

"...the Nexus 5 improves upon last year's model in nearly every possible way: It features the best display, the best processor, a respectable amount of storage space and it also launched in both black and white, so customers are getting a choice from the very beginning. Oh, and it includes LTE, although there's a catch, as we'll explain momentarily."

Engadget.com
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Positive

"The Nexus 5 offers outstanding performance, and is one of the fastest Android devices we've ever used."

Arnet.com.au
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80/100

"Sound quality is not too shabby, but maximum volume is on the low side (better that than distortion)." 8/10

ZDNet.com
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80/100

"The display itself is crisp, although its colours are less saturated than what you'd find on the HTC One or iPhone 5s. The Nexus 5's display doesn't get as bright as those devices, either, but it's not a big deal." 4/5 Stars

TechRadar.com
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80/100

"The rear panel is made of a soft-touch material which is warm to the touch, grips well. Unlike many phones, it doesn’t feel cheap or act like a fingerprint magnet." 4/5 Stars

Digitaltrends.com
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80/100

"The camera fires up really quickly, and the swipe from lockscreen feature is a super fast way to start shooting. Meanwhile, the Google+ integration is amazing. You can set it to automatically upload your pictures to Google+, where it will organize them, automatically enhance them, and even pick out your best shots." 8/10

Wired.com
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80/100

"The 8-megapixel camera on the back of the Nexus 5 is certainly capable of taking rather beautiful photos in the perfect setting. Unfortunately for us, life is not filled with perfect settings — and when you're faced with real-world picture taking, the camera underperforms constantly and consistently." 8/10

TheVerge.com
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Google Nexus 5 Review

It’s been a solid year for smartphones, with many great devices coming in the months before the Google launched the Nexus 5, but that doesn’t stop us from wondering whether this phone is our phone of the year.

It’s also hard to go past the fact that you can buy one, brand new, for so cheap. You can either buy one through Telstra, or grab a SIM-only plan for a handset you buy through Google itself.

Design

4/5

If you buy a Nexus 5 you can’t miss the fact that there is two logos on the box and phone: Google and LG. Both companies have a big part in bringing this phone to market, with LG providing the hardware, Google the software, and the design coming from a collaboration of the two.

The Nexus 5 hardware is fantastic, even if it’s not especially eye-catching. We love the soft-touch plastic chassis across the back of the phone, the way the buttons on the edges are almost invisible, and the near-symmeterical curves across the top and bottom of the phone’s face.

The only break in this seamless design is a slight bulge where you find the phone’s camera. Even though this only juts out about a millimetre, it is enough to annoy some. It is one of the phone’s only design features.

The question we can’t help but ask after handling the Nexus 5 is why can’t LG make such nice phones for itself. The LG G2 is a similar phone in power and performance, but the design of the Nexus 5 leaves it for dead.

It is a sealed unit though, so there is no access to the phone’s battery and no microSD card for memory expansion. However, in 2013, this will only put off a very few phone owners. It’s 16GB internal storage may seem small, but many file types can be stored in cloud services, like Google Drive and Dropbox.

Display

5/5

With so little adornment across the chassis of the Nexus 5, the display takes on the burden of delivery ‘wow factor’, and it does so with ease. Google opt for a Full HD (1080p) IPS LCD screen with 445 pixels per inch. Simply put, this is a lot of pixels across a colourful, vibrant screen.

The viewing angles are excellent, thanks to the screen’s in-plane switching (IPS) technology, meaning that you will be able to easily see what is on the display, regardless of how you hold the phone in your hand.

It is also a particularly bright screen, even at its lowest settings. This makes it hard to read emails without disturbing your significant other after lights out, but it also makes the Nexus 5 one of the best phones to use outdoors. You will still need to pump up the brightness in bright sunlight, but the screen is as clear as day once you do.

Android KitKat

Besides the excellent hardware, one of the key reasons to pick up a Nexus 5 is to try out the latest Android software. This is version 4.4, better known as KitKat, and while the changes aren’t of the ‘in your face’ variety, there are still some important and useful new features.

Perhaps the best is the new phone dialler app, which not only includes a robust search tool for all of your phone’s contacts, but it also taps into Google Maps data to find phone numbers for local businesses. Not only, but it can also offer the same in reverse and tell you the name of a business that is calling you by searching only as your phone is dialling.

This is one of the biggest and best changes to the core phone feature that we’ve seen from anyone in the smartphone game for some time. It seems like such a small thing, but it goes a long way to making the phone much more useful.

Google Now, Android’s search assistant, is now even closer to you, with Google redesigning the home screens in KitKat to position Google Now one swipe left of the default home screen. This might feel like a waste of space to people who don’t use Google Now, and there is no way to turn it off, so you might as well get used to it. Heck, maybe you might even start using the search suggestions in Google Now once you start peeking over at it.

There is also a number of other smaller changes, some performance tweaks, a new built-in WiFi printer service and changes to the camera which we will get to in a moment.

Connectivity

4/5

Key to the value proposition for the Nexus 5 is its ability to make connections to a whole range of different devices and networks. Google include 4G LTE hardware alongside WiFi compatible with 802.11 b/g/n/ac networks.

The Nexus 5 also includes SlimPort technology, allowing you to plug your phone into a TV or computer monitor via the microUSB port on the bottom of the phone. This requires you to have an extra SlimPort adapter (sold separately) but it could mean that you could leave your laptop at home when delivering that next big presentation.

There is also support for Miracast, a wireless screen sharing technology that connects to compatible devices over Wi-Fi. Again you will probably need an adapter for your TV, unless it is a brand new model.

Camera

3/5

Google has claimed over the last several Nexus device releases that it is working to enhance the photography experience in smartphones, and camera features are always the top-line highlights in Google’s marketing materials for its phones. Despite this, the cameras in Google devices tend to review poorly.

That said, we have been pleasantly surprised by the quality of the photos we’ve taken using the Nexus 5, especially those shot using the HDR+ shooting mode. HDR stands for high-dynamic range, and is a port-processing technique where several photos are taken simultaneously and software determines how to stitch them together to create the best shot. This process used to take time, but with the HDR+ in the Nexus 5 this only takes a moment longer than a normal photo.

What we’re suggesting is that you always use HDR+ when taking photos with the Nexus 5. To make the point, we’ve included a number of comparison photos taken using HDR+ and the standard Auto settings.

Performance and battery

5/5

There is one indisputable fact about the Nexus 5: this is a powerful computer for the price. Regardless of which country you buy it in, the Nexus 5 is half the price of any phone with comparable hardware, and its performance is second to none.

Google and LG pack a quad-core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 processor into the Nexus 5 and match it with 2GB RAM. In unison with the performance improvements made by what Google are calling ‘Project Velvet’, the Nexus 5 flies. Multitasking is smooth and seamless, apps open in moments and all the phones elements feel like they are working together.

This is exactly what iPhone users love about iPhones, the way all the parts feel like they are designed to work together, and it is not something you can say about all phones that run on the Android platform.

Battery life is good without being remarkable. We easily got through a work day with the Nexus 5, but not much more than that. You can probably get between 4 and 5 hours of solid web browsing between charges, which is about the average for phones of this calibre.

Overall

If you compare the Nexus 5 to any other phone with a 5-inch display, it has at least one area where it is better than its competitors. It is faster than a Galaxy S4 and an HTC One, better designed that an LG G2. Android KitKat gives this phone a few features that are not available on any other phones, and its price puts it way ahead.

The camera and battery life are two elements where the Nexus 5 doesn’t excel, but it holds it own. If you want an outstanding camera you can choose a Nokia Lumia 1020 instead, but this comes with compromises.

All in all, the Nexus 5 is one of, if not the best phone of the year. It doesn’t have the eye-tracking software in Samsung and LG phones, or HTC’s Blinkfeed software; but then, it is better for it. The Nexus 5 feels lean and fast and it just works. Any extra features you want you can add with downloads from the Play Store.

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