1. jontalk's Avatar
    My phone still works great and AT&T sent me the unlock code over a year ago. I've seen good deals on the 16gb N5 but it lacks the SD card slot the Moto G has. So I'm curious what you folks here think about the phone. I don't like the looks or price of the new Nexus 5 so that's out of the question. Thanks

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    10-29-2015 07:31 PM
  2. luisvic2's Avatar
    Depends on what type of phone you're trying to get, I loved my Nexus 5 and I'm still using it today. Only issue is battery life and camera, but other than that a great phone

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    10-30-2015 09:01 AM
  3. jontalk's Avatar
    Thanks.. I'm not a big gamer nor do I require the phone to shoot photos like a dslr. My GS3 is pretty fast, gets good battery life but as you know is not going to get upgrade above Kit Kat. From the sound of it the N5 doesn't seem like much of an upgrade.

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    10-30-2015 11:53 AM
  4. Sicily1918's Avatar
    That kind of depends -- even the N4 is actually an improvement on the S3 (Snapdragon S4 Pro (quad-core) vs. S4 on the S3 (dual-core), except the camera, of course), so the N5 will be a noticeable step up, plus you'll be at Marshmallow and can use LTE bands. Of course, this is all moot if you're using Verizon.
    11-03-2015 01:54 AM

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