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It's all Nexus, all the time this week. OK, mostly Nexus. And Android 4.4 KitKat. And a few other things. But, really, just a whole lot of Nexus goin' on.

Thing 1: Still more on the Nexus 5

Thing 2: Still more on Android 4.4 KitKat

Thing 3: Anything that's not Nexus or KitKat

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Android Central 160: Nexus, Nexus, Nexus!!!

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People pan the Note 3 for being plastic. The Nexus 5 should get the same criticism for it's poor materials. Also, the Nexus 5's phone and battery life are horrible. I guess that's what Google ends up with when they try to cut corner$.

Note 3 unlocked price $799.
Nexus 5 unlocked price $350—$400.
And having owned a note 2 and a Nexus 4. LG build quality is better.
Do you own a Nexus 5? No. Therefore your assessment of the battery is worthless.
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Isn't complaining that the Nexus 5 doesn't have some of the MotoX's features like complaining that the naxus 5 doesn't have Touchwiz. The Nexus phones are about simplicity. If you want those extras then you know which phone to buy.

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It is. People keep getting Google and Motorola mixed up. Two separate companies, owned by to same group. They are not interchangeable

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For me, the nexus 5 us about elegance.

I've always aligned with minimalist style (Google seems to as well) and this phone is just that. A clean, smooth Google experience.

No gimmicks or neat add-ons. Just a minimal device as a platform for pure KitKat.

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Dude come on "bad". I have seen the test shots. They are not "bad" pictures. Some are actually "good" depending on the situation. But nonetheless they get the job done. I don't need my phone for artsy shots.. That's why I have a dslr. Any who all that being said this dude is still a troll of trolls.

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