Purchase the Nexus 5 coming from the Google Play store

Some time ago, the Nexus 5 was pulled coming from the Google Play Store, leaving many to think that Google will certainly be replacing the device using the Nexus 6 permanently. But hey, once we said – the Nexus 5 did not obtain a refresh, however that does not imply it is dead – as Google kept it on its official Nexus webpage, proudly placed next onto the new Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices.

Purchase the Nexus 5 coming from the Google Play store

Well, Mr. 5 is back inside the Play Store (woohoo?), available inside the previously known colors – red, black, and white – and both storage options – 16 GB and 32 GB. It might be a letdown to some, who expected the device to obtain a figure slash, but the value tag remains $399 to the 32 GB and $349 to the 16 GB models. That is still pretty good money for any pretty adequate Android handset. Especially considering that Android Lollipop (who can be immediately available for Nexus 5 on release) should finally do business with the majority of the Nexus 5's battery drain problems and add Project Volta, which should extend the juicers life by around 30% (or even more).

And, to feature extra value to one's purchase – Bing is working on the replacement program for devices bought off Google Play that permits you to exchange your dropped-and-broken device with a brand new one, free of charge (only once). Sure, It's yet unknown, whether the offer will certainly be taking off, or its current state even (like much of Google's projects), but hey – it is still a plus, until proven to become discontinued.