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Nov 26, 2013, 1:29 PM

Why Not Nexus 5?

For AT&T and T-Mobile, MetroPCS and even Sprint users, having the Nexus 5 is not only a great device in the mid-high end, but also can hold its own against flagship without the price being too high. Additionally, for people like me, who are mid-contract or using no-contract services it also fits a great price, for a great phone, or back up, or replacement.

I dont see this offered in your gift guide. And it should be!
You're right. It should be!

Nov 26, 2013, 3:54 PM

Just one slight suggestion

For each category, it'd be nice to have a few different phones where possible, and I'd say that's to accommodate the different OS's. For instance, the Lumia 1520 might not be the best phablet for someone who wants the Note 3 or LG Optimus G Pro (or G2, which I feel is phablet-ish in size).

Maybe that's just splitting too many hairs. I just think it's funny that all the phones under the 'flagship mid-sized' section are available on all the different carriers, or some variant thereof.

Nov 26, 2013, 1:57 PM

Camrea? (flagship>camera, 4th line, 3rd word

What is this new feature? I must have it ! Laughing
Poison Ivy

Nov 26, 2013, 1:32 PM

Moto G or X

Is what I'm gonna give away as X-mAss presents: nice specs, budget price. Very Happy

...and they're not listed anywhere in the article either. Eh?
Those 2 are too a great option, considering price.

I think Mr. Zeman forgot to add the Moto's and the Nexus 5. They definitely belong there.
The Moto X is recommended in a couple of categories.

The Moto G is an interesting phone, although a few things took it out of the running:

1. It wasn't on sale when we were writing this, and the Verizon model now isn't expected until Janu...
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