Cool review of a great phone keep it up.

New Nexus 5 firmware (Kitkat 4.1.1) with a focus on camera performance is now available.

Any differences you notice after the update?

Show of the Nexus 5 phone usage is pretty convincing, as that the phone does not feel slow in any way when using. Definitively it run convincingly smoothly - and it even hears by the "google" name, lol. Now that it is tied up to the Google services - this is expectable. Google sure want to push own services over anything else and so far, it do a good job (remember Apple maps?), so unless someone is worried that Google is starting to know too much about us (control our search, then email, then videos, then phone…), then it is probably a great buy  😉

Thanks Davide for a nice review!

(my mistake, thanks for Soul to pointing that out)

@trodas:

Show of the Nexus 5 phone usage is pretty convincing, as that the phone does not feel slow in any way when using. Definitively it run convincingly smoothly - and it even hears by the "google" name, lol. Now that it is tied up to the Google services - this is expectable. Google sure want to push own services over anything else and so far, it do a good job (remember Apple maps?), so unless someone is worried that Google is starting to know too much about us (control our search, then email, then videos, then phone…), then it is probably a great buy  😉

Thanks ChrisK for a nice review!

Chrisk you reviewed the Nexus 5 as well??? or is he confused, if you did link me 🙂

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