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[Q] Should I BUY

8th April 2014, 06:42 PM   |  #11  
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I've switched from S2 to N5 week ago. Nexus 5 is really amazing phone! I've never seen so smooth and responsive android phone. Of course, nexus 5 is not ideal - GPS is far from perfect and battery life is not impressive. But overall I'm quite happy from my new phone. I still have my S2, but it's so laggy

Install the cm11 kitKat rom on it and enable art. I still have mine and it's increased performance due to kitkat is amazing.

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I've switched from S2 to N5 week ago. Nexus 5 is really amazing phone! I've never seen so smooth and responsive android phone. Of course, nexus 5 is not ideal - GPS is far from perfect and battery life is not impressive. But overall I'm quite happy from my new phone. I still have my S2, but it's so laggy

I did too, but for GPS and battery life it's in both cases a very big upgrade. Can't compare to the Note 3 or S4 though as I didn't had those ones...

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I did too, but for GPS and battery life it's in both cases a very big upgrade. Can't compare to the Note 3 or S4 though as I didn't had those ones...

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Just in terms of battery life...the S4 is not away...but I assume that the note 3 yes. It has a bigger battery and a bigger backlight...but not a "bigger" and all the rest.

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