'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. . '
Competitively priced, waterproof, and has 4G LTE capabilities
Enough performance for almost all tasks
Impressively fast processor
Pretty good 5-megapixel camera
Inexpensive, Solid performance, Good LTE speeds
Terrific for videos, games, and reading
Deep integrated S Pen features
Smooth UI with plenty of useful touches
Enormous battery, Expandable memory
Stellar call quality
Rugged and can keep out the elements
Fast processor and LTE data speeds.
Good lens for a durability-focused handset
Has good call quality
Lag-free smooth Android Jelly Bean experience
Unexceptional, boring and hard to get excited about
As powerful as a Galaxy S3, Compact, lightweight design
LTE connectivity, runs on Android 4.0
High-res display for this price, Fast performance
Brightness is good but washes out severely under the sun
Phone runs on a slow processor
Big and heavy, Poor battery life
Feels like a brick, Very outdated software
Decent camera with a dedicated camera shutter button
Low-end specs, Buggy, Mediocre call quality