iPhone 6 vs Nexus 5 in popularity choice


Smartphone fans are increasingly getting a wider and better choice when it comes to purchasing a new handset, as manufacturers are pushing the boundaries higher when it comes to new features and improved specifications. We often run comparisons between different smartphones and today we are looking at two unannounced devices, the iPhone 6 vs the Nexus 5 in a popularity choice.

While both of these devices have yet to made official by the relative companies, it doesn’t stop various rumours and speculation emerging about the handsets. It is widely believed that the iPhone 6 won’t be released until next year but the device could be bringing some amazing new features such as a wrap around display among others.

While we have also seen a number of concept ideas for the device as it is thought Apple will be pulling out all the stops for the device as it has seen a growing threat from Android devices, and even with the iPhone 5 it was felt the device was already out of date before it was released.

The Nexus range of smartphones has seen an increase in popularity with the availability of the LG Nexus 4, and while the handset remains extremely popular among Android fans, thoughts are now turning to its replacement the Nexus 5.

There has been talk of much better camera units coming on the next Nexus smartphone that has been rumoured to be provided by LG again. More consumers are choosing a Nexus handset as it offers a vanilla Android experience with early regular updates to the operating system provided.

The last model also saw a competitive unlocked price that proved to be more popular than the company was expecting with stock at one time not available via Google Play. Whichever platform you prefer it is good knowing that the competition in the smartphone market should guarantee the release of the two smartphones probably won’t be disappointing.

Which of these two smartphones releases are you looking forward to most?


13 thoughts on “iPhone 6 vs Nexus 5 in popularity choice”

    1. tuna_ says:

      CDMA is slowly dying, plus why would Google make the same mistake like last time when Verizon got the Galaxy Nexus by trying to control it. The whole point of the Nexus is pure Google, complete customization and updatable as soon as it’s available. Plus GSM is global, CDMA is not. The world revolve around you.

      1. CDMA is alive and well. Variants of CDMA actually handle the data needs of GSM phones worldwide. GSM was not designed to handle very high speed data. Actually, both of them will end and VOLTE will replace them.

  1. aj says:

    in the nexus 5 we need lte, 3000 to 3500 mah battery,option of a 16,32,64,gb storage, 13 to 16 mp camera, a 2 to 2.5 ghz quad core snapdragon600 or 800 processor make the screen size 5.0 inches full hd 1080 p lcd ips display I say 5 inches only because nexus has on screen capacitive buttons that take about 2 inches of the screen. so really you’ll get 4.8 inches. 2 mp front facing camera white and black colors. move speakers to the front. start pricing at 399 16 gb 450 32 gb and 550 for 64 that will make nexus 5 the best phone ever. I might be asking for to much lol 😛 sorry if I am

    1. Robert says:

      I’m sorry, but a lot of these things is asking too much. The battery wont be that big. I expect around roughly 2700 mah at the most assuming a 5 inch screen size.doubt a 2ghz + processor will be used. My guess? A snapdragon 600 likely clocked at 1.7ghz or possibly 1.9. The snapdragon 800 I presume will be for high end 10 inch tablets and maybe a super phone in late q4 2013. The 5 inch 1080p screen seems logical. But more than 32 GB of storage likely won’t be an option, if there is even a 32GB. You’re right with the speakspers and camera, but I think they’ll keep only the black option(there hasn’t been a white nexus device offered as far as I’m concerned).But yeah you’re not far off with my likings of what I wish the nexus 5 would be, but unfortunately, I think a few of your wishes won’t come true:(.Nof saying I’m all right and you’re not, I’m just giving me thoughts, and adding my 2 cents.

          1. aj says:

            I know you’re right I’m just wishing lol. Guess we’ll have to wait and see. Hopefully they make it awesome. 🙂

  2. This is my proposition, also being Realistic
    -2600 to 3000 mah battery capacity
    -13 mp camera, 2mp front facing
    -2 ghz quad core snapdragon 800
    -4.8 inch screen
    -720p display
    -16 and 32 Gb options, non-expandable
    Front facing speakers
    partnered with HTC or LG
    -Priced starting $400

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