Nexus 5 release and Google ignored complaints - Tracey On Tech

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Nexus 5 release and Google ignored complaints

Google is indeed a huge company and part of it is producing smartphones, however there
are some issues that left behind.

Google future Nexus 5 (2015) has many leaked details online and there are two major issues that Google might have ignored.

The multi-billion dollar firm is expected to launch two Nexus smartphones, one by LG and Huawei. This LG device is named as LG Bullhead while the other is Huawei Angel which is assumed to be the Nexus 6 successor based to IBTImes.

Along with the advance specs and features however it has two major user complaints seemed to be neglected.


The Nexus 5 price was likewise handled on the report and the tech assessment website at around $500 which is quite cheaper than the previous arrived.

This handset has a 820 Snapdragon processor, 5.2 inch full HD display, 4GB RAM and a 64GB internal storage, when it comes to camera it features a 13MP main and 4MP front facing, also a QuickCharge 2.0, USB Type-C connector and AndroidPit.

This two smartphones expected to drop by October or November this year. Based to GeekSnack the Nexus 5  will formally release on September 5.

Getting back to the problems that Google remain unsolved, Nexus 6 users are complaining about the handset limited internal storage, 16 and 32GB. Even though Google improved the Nexus 5 memory with 32 to 36GB, potential owners are continue searching for more. Having this matter in mind, Google may have just resolved the problem if it can have outfitted the Nexus 5 with a microSD card slot. 

The other issue is the poor battery life. This problem might have been fixed easily by putting more reputable battery pack, however Google moved with a non-removable 2300mAh which pretty sure it will fail.

Even so, all these are speculations for today, since the Nexus 5 is still manufacturing, hope Google can do something about the two issues of their handsets.

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