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Press image of red Nexus 5 leaks

0. phoneArena 31 Jan 2014, 15:51 posted on

A press image of the red Nexus 5 has been leaked by evleaks, revealing the clearest picture yet of the device. A leaked internal Sprint document that we showed you on Thursday revealed that the red colored phone is expected to be launched February 4th on the Google Play Store. An earlier leak of the red Nexus 5 from Vietnam, mentioned that a yellow colored version of the stock Android handset would also be revealed soon...

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posted on 31 Jan 2014, 15:55 1

1. papss (unregistered)

Its pretty real at this point.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 16:26 3

2. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3040; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)

Why not just buy a Black Nexus 5 and buy the RED case that they have available? It's practically the same thing and with how fragile the screen is, you should buy a case anyway. Two birds with one stone.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 16:49 1

3. WHoyton1 (Posts: 1633; Member since: 21 Feb 2013)

why spend the extra money on the case...

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:07 1

6. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3040; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)

Because sadly, you need a case to keep your phone in excellent condition. All it takes is one drop and I'm pretty sure those cases are like 20 bucks tops, not breaking the bank.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 18:12 1

11. kozza3 (Posts: 574; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)

still wouldn't have the red ear speaker grill

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:05

4. papss (unregistered)

For one I hate cases and for two I love red phones

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:06 3

5. Napalm_3nema (Posts: 1259; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)

Awesome, now you can struggle for four hours of screen time in red! It will be a wonderful contrast to the overly large icons and blandness of AOSP- based Kit Kat.

Yes, I hate the Nexus line. Poor battery life, mediocre cameras, and gimped Android just don't appeal to me. Nearly stock AOSP was useful before this last generation of hardware, when lag and performance issues hindered the skinned Android varieties, but newer hardware doesn't have these problems. And please, enough with the "great value" spiel. The Moto X and LG G2 can both be had in the same price range, and they are superior experiences.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:16

7. E.S.1 (Posts: 293; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)

I can see some of your points. That's why I got myself a G2 and I love it.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:46

8. Napalm_3nema (Posts: 1259; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)

I went G2->N5->G2, and the G2 was the better phone by a huge margin. I paid $432 for my 32GB N5, and $472 for my second G2. I know the camera and battery life on the N5 got better on 4.4.2, but neither is as good as on the G2.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 19:38

12. E.S.1 (Posts: 293; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)

Thank you for letting me know that you tried both and can compare.
I was thinking about selling my G2 and buying a N5 just because I never had one and people keep talking about how great it is.
I always had Samsung HTC or Iphone. So this is my first LG and I have no complaints.
But my itch for a Nexus is still there lol

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:47

9. papss (unregistered)

The G2 is a great phone. I rocked it until I got my L1520. Its so compact for the screen size, LG did good in that area.

posted on 31 Jan 2014, 17:57

10. ahhxd717 (Posts: 320; Member since: 08 Dec 2011)

I understand your points. I still like stock Android, but there are things that I even prefer on Sense, which isn't known to be the most feature rich Android overlay. Idk, I have a nexus 7 (2013) and my HTC One and theres something about the elegance of Sense that makes me prefer it over stock- just a little. Especially since the lag is gone in Sense, which was my main previous reason for preferring stock in the past.

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