Nexus 5 – Conclusion
If you want an Apple iPhone or a Microsoft Windows smartphone, then you’re not in Google’s target demographic –although the company would dearly love you to reconsider that iPhone or Nokia (NOK) Lumia in favor of the Nexus 5.
After reading Nexus 5 review after Nexus 5 review and comparing the new Google Android smartphone to the competition, there’s a lot to like about this device for everyone else (and by current measurements, that’s roughly 81% of buyers) .
The Google Nexus 5 repeatedly comes out at the top of the heap when it comes to performance, it’s 5-inch 1080p display is not only big but it’s bright and sharp too and it’s currently the only smartphone on the market offering the advantages of Google’s Android 4.4 features (KitKat).
If the technical prowess and head start on Android KitKat doesn’t seal the deal on the Nexus 5, the price will. At just $349, Google makes it hard for anyone shopping for a premium Android smartphone to resist this bargain. That’s if they can find one – Google has been selling out of the 16GB model.
As of this writing, Brad Moon did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.