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The worst thing about Google’s Nexus 5

on November 8, 2013


BGR reviewed Google’s new Nexus 5 earlier this week and while the phone certainly isn’t perfect, we said it definitely lives up to the hype. In fact, we went even further to state that the Nexus 5 is probably the only smartphone big-time Android fans should care about at all this holiday season. It’s that good. Nothing is perfect though, and the Nexus 5 has its fair share of shortcomings — though we really only had a handful gripes with the device. The poor low-light images and bad camera software are disappointing, the lack of removable storage support is upsetting and the tinny audio quality on voice calls can get annoying. But there’s one flaw that rises above the rest and stands alone as the worst thing about Google’s Nexus 5.

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