Google Nexus phones are the choice of connoisseurs. With the Nexus 5's mfive-inch full HD display, superfast 4G, Android KitKat and a terrific camera, you don't need to be an expert to see why.
At five inches, the Nexus 5's vibrant screen is brilliant for watching videos and for playing games. 1080p HD playback and staggering colour reproduction mean that movies and your home-made clips really come to life. But that's not all. Glare reduction and a massive viewing angle ensure it's perfect for showing off your photos too.
But that's not the only place they'll look great. This phone's eight-megapixel camera packs an advanced lens that captures much, much more light than its predecessor the Nexus 4. The result? You'll be able to capture the crispest colours and take excellent snaps even in challenging, low-light conditions.
The camera's optical image stabilisation is a boon too and allows your camera to stay steady. The new HDR+ mode is similarly great too. This lets you take a bunch of photos simultaneously, so you can use your camera to start telling stories or combine them for a uniquely dynamic image.
Need more? How about the Photo Sphere mode? As the name suggests, this gives you the option to create jaw-dropping 360-degree images. You'll have to see them to believe them.
As with all Nexus phones before it, the Nexus 5 is first in line for Android updates. And you'll be getting the up-to-the-minute Android 4.4 KitKat software out of the box. This brings with a suite of new features, such as the option to print documents from your handset with Google Cloud Print and an all-new, more intelligent dialling system to save you time.
Just as importantly, when new versions of Android arrive you'll get them first. So you'll never have to worry about the latest apps being compatible with your handset.
Other features of the Nexus 5 take in a 1.3 front-facing megapixel camera, built-in Google apps and a choice of hundreds of thousands more and a Snapdragon 800 processor.