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Nexus 5 spotted on popular YouTube

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14th February 2014, 05:46 AM   |  #1  
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This shows that the nexus line is not only a reference device and or developer device but also a consumer friendly device. I hope Google won't end it or if they do rebrand it instead.

Anyways checkout the video imagine If Google now did this

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17th February 2014, 05:34 PM   |  #2  
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Well if they do the my dear xda community is to blame. We tell all the noobs "Hey! Go get a Nexus 5. It's hot in the streets right now!" I couldn't remember the last time I saw a Nexus in a phone store in Chicago. So its hard to believe that millions of people made this phone consumer friendly without the help of rooters and developers. This is probably why they had crappy advertising to begin with.

EDIT: Just my opinion....

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17th February 2014, 08:12 PM   |  #3  
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The Nexus will never be a mainsteam device like Samsung, LG etc. Thank god for that, or we will realy be flooded with noobs breaking their phones and blaming Google and toolkits and posting threads
20th February 2014, 07:14 PM   |  #4  
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When I was looking at phones at Sprint, they were like "here's what we got" and I looked and they had several options (G2, GS4, Note 3, HTC One, N5, etc.) and were like "this phone has this, this phone has this" but I didn't feel pressured. But they did point out the N5 was a nice phone.
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