LG Google Nexus 5 is one of the hottest products in the market even now which runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat. So much so that it has changed the rules of the smartphone game. It has specs to boot and bragging rights in terms of receiving the latest Android update first which puts it way ahead of its competition.
Physically, the phone is hard to fault due to its minimalist design. The phone has got a completely blacked-out treatment and has a nice feel when held due to that soft back. At least it won't slip out of your hand and look nice at the same time. The 5-inch screen comes with full HD resolution and though it is not really groundbreaking in terms of performance, the screen is able to display the colours in a pretty nice manner.
The Nexus 5 is an amazing performer and when put side-by-side with other flagship devices, it can give some of them a run for their money. The 2.3GHz processor is pretty fast and 2GB RAM helps in achieving all multi-tasking goals. For those looking for some storage capacity, there is 16GB of internal memory too. The sore point is there is no room for expanding the storage space. The camera performance too is acceptable but if you are expecting D-SLR-like images, there is disappointment lying in wait for you. There is a non-removable 2300mAh battery as well which can survive a day or a bit more on light to medium internet and social networking usage. Heavy internet usage will see you doing close to 8 hours on single charge.
Google has done a great job with the Nexus 5 by giving it the hardware that puts it up against heavyweights like Samsung Galaxy S5 and has priced it competitively to place it two notches below the devices it competes with. All in all, it is a one-of-a-kind package that you should not miss, if you can shell out the bucks it asks you of.