Being one of the most anticipated smartphones with the best expectations it has been raising since its ‘accidental’ appearance during the announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat, they have not avoided Nexus 5 The critics. During the last weeks we have been informing you of all fairly reliable news about the new smartphone from Google and on all occasions the least liked aspect of the device was the battery, which in many cases has been branded as “insufficient”. Well, apparently both the battery and the price of the Nexus 5 will bring surprises.
Thanks to the leak of the user manual of the smartphone that will be manufactured LG, we offered you yesterday the practically definitive confirmation of the vast majority of the specifications of the new Nexus 5. Among the characteristics of the terminal appeared, once again, the 2,300 milliamp battery/ hour that, by all accounts, seems to fall short for a model that aspires to stand up to the ‘first sword’ of the competition. We do not know if Google has paid attention to the criticisms that the Nexus 5 or if it is a trick that they planned to play from the first moment, which if it is true is that it is a good move.
Nexus 5: Two versions, two batteries, two storages and two different prices
Thanks to the colleagues from PhoneArena we have been able to know that those from Mountain View plan to release two versions by virtue of the two internal storage options that they intend to offer. In this way, we would find a Nexus 5 of 16 gigs internal storage and another with 32 gigs. At the moment things are looking good, right?
Well, the next step is that each of these versions will have a different battery and prices – the latter is nothing new, of course – Therefore, the version of 16 gigs will have the defenestrated 2,300 milliamp battery/ hour and a final price of $ 299 – just over 220 euros -, while the variant with 32 gigs of internal storage would have a 3,000 milliamp battery/ hour and a final price of $ 399 – around 294 euros to change -.
If we stick to the prices with which the Nexus 4 In its day – $ 299 for the eight-gigabyte model and $ 349 for the 16-gigabyte version – we will see that the figures used for the Nexus 5 they are quite logical. Despite this, we would like to focus once again on the option of two batteries since, if confirmed, it would defeat the main criticisms that the smartphone has raised to date. How do you see it? Will the 3,000 milliamp-hour battery make the Nexus 5 really competitive?style = “display: inline-block; width: 100%;”>