Nexus 5 memory options and battery info leaks

18 October, 2013
The device will come in two memory options with one battery capacity, nearing release.

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  • LabMan

> In reply to Logan Shaw @ 2013-10-21 06:34 from tnyJ - click to readI have a Galaxy Nexus too, and also waiting for the Nexus 5 to comes up, i skipped the Nexus 4 because i did not consider it an important update over the galaxy nexus (same ppi), but now this smartphone seems appealing ;)

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  • 2013-10-21 23:06
  • mc7n
  • Logan Shaw

> In reply to Nexus user @ 2013-10-20 18:30 from ANVA - click to readSince I bought my every first nexus phone Galaxy Nexus, I'm kinda into this stock android experience. Now I have the Nexus 4, and probably go for the Nexus 5 right after it's announcement.

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  • 2013-10-21 06:34
  • tnyJ
  • n00b

> In reply to Nexus user @ 2013-10-20 18:30 from ANVA - click to readYou have no idea, if you struggle using a Nexus Product, you should be using an iPhone

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  • 2013-10-21 02:21
  • PNf{
  • webby

Hey.. Does this phone have led notification light....?

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  • 2013-10-20 21:22
  • vQ%5
  • Nexus user

Never buy Nexus. Buy Sony for android.

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  • 2013-10-20 18:30
  • ANVA
  • Gorgenapper

> In reply to zest1 @ 2013-10-19 23:14 from nxZ% - click to readThe main problems with the S5 are Touchwiz, carrier bloat, Samsung bloat, and AMOLED display. The Nexus 5 has none of that.

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  • 2013-10-20 17:41
  • Yd6f
  • DroidNoob

if this phone doesn't come with 3000 mah battery, I'm going with LG G2. I need a phone that will last all day with heavy use. nuff said.

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  • 2013-10-20 17:32
  • IbxY
  • zest1

A bit off topic.

"According to the Korean media, Nexus 5 will be launched along with the LG' first flexible Smartphone G Flex and that's could be the reason that the LG and Google are delaying the unveiling of the Nexus 5. LG wants to unveil both the giants in the same event to surprise the tech world and that's why the unveiling of the new Nexus device Nexus 5 got late."

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  • 2013-10-20 16:49
  • nxZ%
  • cenas

> In reply to HimboJimbo @ 2013-10-20 10:51 from arf{ - click to readWell, 1080p display and S800 are a couple of big upgrades. Possibly OTG USB support too.

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  • 2013-10-20 11:33
  • mVAc
  • HimboJimbo

Hi, using GSMA'S excellent compare tool apart from Kitkat, memory options, screen size and some minor tweaks the 5 is very much the 4. Am I wrong? If so why all the hype? I'm using the 4 and find it a great device.

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  • 2013-10-20 10:51
  • arf{
  • hagba

To me the battery capacity is more than enough,I prefer it this way over a havier device,in my Note 2 I use a smaller 2800 mah battery just to reduce the weight and gives me a whole day with heavy usage,so,if the price is under $400 Im gonna get this for sure.

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  • 2013-10-20 07:55
  • 33Zj
  • Anonymous

Actually, Google make Nexus 5 a little bit moderate is to save other phone makers. If it uses removable battery over 3000mAh and sd card slot over 64G with such price tag, how will other phone makers survive ?

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  • 2013-10-20 01:37
  • ty@1
  • zest1

For me no sd facility.
Not interested.
Removable battery is very preferable.
I fear the N5 may be an anti-climax, the only positive being the latest android updates. I sincerely hope I am wrong.

Maybe I will not jump in and wait a few months for the S5.

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  • 2013-10-19 23:14
  • nxZ%
  • Anonymous

> In reply to mortuus @ 2013-10-19 16:30 from Tu2w - click to readJust wait and you shall see! The new android 4.4 aka kitkat, as long as we are referring to rumors, is said that it will optimize battery use. A classic example are the newer HTC phones which use little batteries (less than 3000 mAh) and last more than a day with good use of battery power!

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  • 2013-10-19 21:04
  • iAEr
  • Leno

Obviously small battery
Google and LG are also part of larger phone-corporate brotherhood
they wont give away a all-in-one-phone for 400$ and kill the remaining phone market
So they are releasing this one with something moderate enough for more than 50% customer still not opting for this one and look at the remaining market
Btw, how much do you expect from a 400$ anyways; you got the super hardware afterall.
The battery and no card slot is the achilles heel for this nexus.

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  • 2013-10-19 20:20
  • gLKT
  • Anonymous

> In reply to Miike Hunt @ 2013-10-19 19:48 from HDBC - click to readcan you think of another (technical?) reason they would choose non removable battery...

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  • 2013-10-19 20:19
  • Lcgv
  • Miike Hunt

I can understand why Apple/Google go for the non-removable battery. Governments can't track phones when they have the battery removed...

Also 32GB still isn't enough, sdcard slot or 64GB option would have been nice.

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  • 2013-10-19 19:48
  • HDBC
  • SyferCV

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-10-19 16:21 from Nnue - click to readI have a fully charged battery... annnnnnddddddd it's gone!

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  • 2013-10-19 18:37
  • nwb5
  • SnakeA

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-10-19 14:56 from ty@1 - click to readagree with u man. But what to do.. There are people who still pay 999$ for Iphone 5S... So we are going with the nexus..

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  • 2013-10-19 16:51
  • d%Q4
  • SnakeA

> In reply to mortuus @ 2013-10-19 16:30 from Tu2w - click to readLets wait and see.

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  • 2013-10-19 16:49
  • d%Q4