'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. . '
Advanced controls and preset modes are easy to use
Good value-for-money for a convergence device
10x zoom lens and dedicated camera controls
Good battery life, Decent web browsing
Free under contract, has long-lasting battery life
Employs some of the new LG Optimus UI enhancements
Amazing battery life, Solid build quality
Sluggish benchmark performance, Lackluster camera
Large screen makes gaming and watching videos very comfortable
4G and microSD support, Large, bright screen
UI navigation is pretty smooth
Crisp or clear as many other smartphones
Enough performance for almost all tasks
Impressively fast processor
Thin and light for a mid-range device
High-contrast AMOLED screen, Smooth user interface
Has almost all the features of its last flagship Galaxy S III
Jelly Bean out of the box
Excellent ergonomic design
Fantastic price point
Free 50GB Dropbox storage (for 2 years)
Difficult texting, Low-res screen
Expensive for specs on offer
Attractive design, Decent camera, Affordable price
Small display, Slow 4G speeds, Sluggish
Terrific for videos, games, and reading
Deep integrated S Pen features
Smooth UI with plenty of useful touches
Enormous battery, Expandable memory
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