I would love to be able to recommend this device wholeheartedly, but I can't do that until Google sorts out the issues with the Nexus 5's camera. If the company can make software changes large enough to materially and noticeably improve the performance of its shooter — to make it competitive with other top-tier phones — then this becomes a different story. Even now, Google's working on fixing its issues, and someday we might see the Nexus 5's camera upgraded from problematic to usable, or even good. When that day comes, the Nexus 5 will be a killer package I'll happily recommend. But that's not today
If you're going to compete with the iPhone 5s, you're going to have to release a phone with a camera that can at least take pictures.
Still a solid release by Google with a great design. Has potential and the pricing is just right. Don't buy it for more than $349 or $399. Best Buy is pricing it at $100 over MSRP. Be careful.
via The Verge