Enter the Nexus 5, and a surprise in store for all of us. Hardly a few people before the release would have guessed that Google would have made the handset available for Sprint users.
Nexus 5, Google’s next flagship smartphone, has been on the news mainly because of Android OS upgrade. The phone is shipped with the latest Android version, Android 4.4 KitKat OS. Expect improved battery performance, user interface and overall performance of the handset. Viz-a-viz Nexus 4, there are many improvements to talk about. A larger display screen (5-inch full HD display), 8MP camera with the feature of Optical Image Stabilization. It is offered at the same price, but you are paying the same for a lighter and a more power-loaded gadget.
Nexus 5 battery promises up to 13 hours of talk time and has 2,300mAh capacity. There is support for wireless charging too, without having to plug a cable to charge the device. The Sprint Nexus 5 with 1920X1080 resolution and a screen pixel density of 445ppi offers great HD viewing for users. Add to that the enhanced performance through Android 4.4 KitKat OS. Overall performance is bolstered with 2.26GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and Adreno 330 GPU.
Best Buy black and white Sprint Nexus 5 handsets are available for pre order. Best Buy is charging $149.99 for a 2 year contract. It will start the shipping from November 8, the same date when Sprint will begin the online and retail sale of the smartphone. Nexus 5 is totally a valuable device for the price it is offered at. There are many added features Android 4.4 KitKat OS brings to the phone. For instance, just speak “Ok Google” to start a voice search for any query. Faster multi-tasking, enhanced performance and value for money are what Sprint Nexus 5 offers.… Read the rest