'It's encased entirely in a comfortable, rubberized soft touch housing. '
'the Nexus 5 display is immaculately sharp.'
'At this size it's an easy phone to manage, especially with some devices now getting too big to handle as phablet popularity grows. '
'Beastly specs usually mean high prices but the Nexus 5 retails from £299, making it one of the most affordable high-end smartphones ever produced. . '
Large, pretty screen, Snappy performance
Sharp and crisp display
Very light and compact for the screen size
Actually feels like a phone, not a mini-tablet
Very fast, Customizable button
Waterproof chassis yet removable back cover
A spectacular screen, a really capable chipset and all sorts of nifty connectivity features
Good display, Adequate performance
Handy Quick Key, MicroSD support
Camera shutter can be voice activated
Cheap, plastic build, Weak camera
Quad-core processor makes it incredibly zippy
Carrying regular SIM and microSD slots, plus a removable battery
Super fast, nice display, good user experience
Great video playback
Speedy dual-core processor and a crisp display
Glasses-free 3D screen and 3D pics/video capture
3D display is fun, Solid construction
Good 3D main camera
Latest version of the Android OS
Camera takes mediocre pictures and only records VGA video
Slow and sluggish
Includes NFC support
Very poor camera
Terrible display, Clunky charging port
Good performance from the processor
Abysmal set of hardware
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