Google Nexus 5: A Pure Google Dream Phone, Coming to India Soon
We found out just about everything about the
First things first, It is already listed on the India Google Play Store and the 16GB variant will cost Rs. 28,999 while the 32GB version will be available for Rs. 32,999. This is the first time that Google has indicated an India release date for its Nexus device at the global launch.
The Nexus 5 has grown a little bit since its Nexus 4 predecessor. It has a 5-inch, 441 PPI, full HD display. It's thinner, lighter, of course has a bigger screen, a horizontal Nexus logo, and a much bigger camera lens.
The LG phone has 2GB of RAM and is packed with a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 chip, which is like muscle car specs in a smartphone. It's a quad-core chip that has a bonus core that lets you do stuff while
The back camera has an 8MP shooter and there's a 1.3MP lens on the front, which is disappointingly, very similar to the Nexus 4's hot mess. However, the camera has some new features that might make it perform better.
Finally, the device has LTE support for AT&T,
Android 4.4 KitKat
One of the most appealing parts of the Nexus 5-and any Nexus phone, really-is that it'll come loaded with the latest and greatest version of Android. In this case, that means Android 4.4 (codename: KitKat, because marketing). You can get the
full KitKat rundown here
Other handsets are expected to get the update soon, but you don't care about other handsets. You care about the Nexus 5, because it's the only phone that has it right now.
Once again, this is an area where the Nexus 5 matches up pretty well with the 4. It's $350 for the 16GB off contract and $400 for the new 32GB version. You can pick it up from the Google Play store starting now.