The LG Nexus 5 have an amazing display for its size. With Full HD, it’s one of the best display seen on any flagship smartphone Google Nexus ever had. It’s got good contrast and good viewing angles.
The LG Nexus 5 is not that thin like most expects from a flagship smartphone. It’s got a really good width and heft into it that makes it easy to hold and use. The weight is just right for anyone who use the Nexus 5 one handed. Glass and plastic construction but really premium to feel.
The Android version that the Nexus 5 defaults to is Marshmallow. It’s pretty snappy, lag free experience with the dedicated hardware it was made for. Without any bloatware and other unneeded software also makes the phone storage used up wisely while keeping it perform always good.
Google apps and services is embedded in the Nexus 5. If you are the person who uses Gmail, Youtube and Drive, then the Nexus 5 is the perfect phone for you. Don’t like these apps? You can delete them. It’s that easy to customize the phone.
Price and value together? Yes, it is. For the 16Gb model, the Nexus 5 just costs $299. 32Gb model is $399. It’s a flagship for a mid range smartphone price.