|LG Nexus 5 (White)|
The surprising part of the phone though is that LG has taken the charging phenomenon to the next level; using wireless chargers. This means that your micro-USB won’t be of much use here, and the 2300 mAh battery can remain charged without connecting it to the port again and again.
The Nexus 5 will be the first device to run the Android 4.4 KitKat. This version has changed most of the basic things like the launches has been made transparent while the status and battery bars have been revved up a little. But the most interesting update is the phone dialer app, which integrates Google Maps to let you see numbers that aren’t in your contacts, but you need, like the pizza parlor for example.
Even after all this including the apps, Google has announced that this version of Android uses less memory than its previous versions and also the Chrome App was reported to use 16% less space than the Jelly Bean.
Price: LG Nexus 5 smartphone by Google starts at $349 for an unlocked 16GB and $399 for 32GB. You can Find a Nexus 5 retailers near you.
Nexus 5 Hands On Video