Google Nexus 5 souped up with Android KitKat, LTE, and low price.

Google Nexus 5 souped up with Android KitKat, LTE, and low price. Google’s flagship handset isn’t holding back–not only does it have LTE, a Snapdragon 800 processor, and a 1080p screen, but you can a…
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19 thoughts on “Google Nexus 5 souped up with Android KitKat, LTE, and low price.

  1. There’s an interesting segment in this episode on a modular customizable upgradeable phone from Google Motorola. Imagine having a phone that you don’t have to throwaway every year just to get the latest hardware upgrades.

  2. I think +Google really hit the mark with the #nexus5 . Beautiful 1080p display, Snapdragon 800 processor, wireless charging and all for 349.99. Oh and kudos to +CNET for the unbiased review, especially coming from a company that predominately overrates Apple hardware. Far better than +The Verge’s “hands on” by Sir Douchealot +Dieter Bohn.

  3. Seeing this review makes me really excited, although I recognize that this handset isn’t for everybody. Bulgdoom brought up some really good points about data limits and limited coverage being potential factors in dissuading people from getting this technology. Kudos to Google for this!

  4. This is a typical brief CNET ad /review. I use to watch CNET often ’till they bombarded the viewers with ads to the point where you just have to walk away. But then there is the exceptional Brian Cooley and Car Tech that can also be watched on YouTube. Great work Brian!

  5. I soooo badly want this phone. But is supposed to go for 350usd and is selling for 8,500mxn in this shitty country!! In what freaking world is that fare when the exchange rate is 13mxn for 1usd. That is almost twice as much!

  6. Every person with data limit, limited coverage, traveling needs, and desire to have fast and easily accessible data anytime, anywhere. Also the ability to store saved info on an external card with custom recoveries like TWRP and ability to fully format onboard SD card and have backup in case of problems. Did I mention the battery saving from not using data constantly?

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