What's right and wrong with the Google Nexus 5

The Nexus 5 sports a 5-inch (actually it's 4.95-inch to you perfectionists) 1920 by 1080 full HD IPS display with a pixel density of 445 pixels-per-inch, comfortably beating the iPhone 5s (which only manages 326 pixels-per-inch) or Samsung's S4 (which has a pixel density of 441 pixels-per-inch).

The Nexus 5 is currently available only as an unlocked, unsubsidized handset, which means that if you want the 16GB version you'll pay the full price of $349, while the 32GB versions will cost you $50 extra (Apple charges $100 for a similar storage bump).

Note that subsidized versions will become available shortly, with the handset likely priced in the $150 region. This pricing will bring the handset down to a more affordable level.

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What's right and wrong with the Google Nexus 5

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