IGN : The Google Nexus S4 is a beast of a phone.
It’s a device that’s worth nearly $700 when it’s unlocked and it’s also one of the most powerful phones on the market.
The Nexus S is a monster.
Its 4.7″ display, 13MP camera, and dual-core Snapdragon processor give it a staggering 526 nits of battery life.
That’s a lot of power to go around.
But when it comes to gaming, the Nexus S isn’t really about juice.
It doesn’t get the kind of graphics or gaming performance you’d expect from an Android phone.
That said, the phone has a lot going for it.
The phone is also a pretty good speaker.
The front-facing speaker is great, the speakers on the sides of the phone are surprisingly spacious, and the Nexus is one of those phones that’s surprisingly light.
The camera on the Nexus 5 is one I’d recommend checking out.
It captures some impressive images with decent resolution, with excellent low-light performance.
And while I’m not sure why the Nexus was the only phone in my family to receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, the update did come to the phone in the form of Android 6, which has some major performance and stability improvements.
The problem with Marshmallow is that it’s not compatible with every device on the planet.
There are plenty of phones out there that use Marshmallow, but it’s nowhere near as fast as Android 6 Marshmallow.
For example, Google’s Nexus 5 was slow on the Web browsing front, while the Nexus 6 had trouble getting the latest version of Chrome to work.
The Android 6 update also has some bug fixes that will help you avoid some of the annoying bugs you’ll encounter with Marshmallows newest version.
The latest version also includes a new UI, improved camera, better battery life, and more.
I also like the fact that the phone’s software updates have been rolled out on a regular schedule, rather than on a random schedule.
That means you’ll have the latest and greatest apps, and there’s never a rush to update.
For the average person, that might not be enough.
But if you’re on a budget, and you’re willing to settle for a little less battery life than you could get from Marshmallow on an Android device, then the Nexus phone might be for you.
The main downside is that you’ll still need to buy a new phone if you want to play audio games or listen to music, but that’s less of a problem on the phone because you’re not shelling out $700 on a new device to play a game or listen in to an audio podcast.
The only other downside to the Nexus that’s really worth mentioning is the fact you’ll need to download an app to control your home entertainment system, like an Apple TV.
Google’s Chromecast is a great option for those who want to connect their Chromecast to the internet, and it doesn’t take a lot to set up.
It works well, and can also be used to connect an external speaker to your home theater system, which is a neat feature if you don’t want to buy an expensive box and have to go the Google Store to buy one.
Google has also made some improvements to the Chromecast, including an improved HDMI port and a new remote control.
Google also has a new speaker for Android phones, which the company says makes it easier for developers to build games and audio experiences for the device.
The Chromecast also offers a wide array of media streaming options.
There’s Dolby Atmos for audio, and Dolby Vision for video.
You can also stream video to Chromecast from any app, including YouTube.
If you want more, there’s an app for that.
The one downside is the lack of a dedicated controller for controlling the Chromecasts speaker, but you can use a Bluetooth keyboard to play with your phone.
There were a couple of small issues I had with Chromecast with the device, like the remote being too long.
For those who don’t care about gaming, you might be okay with these issues, but if you do want to watch videos or games on your Chromecast in your living room, you’ll likely want to make sure you’ve got a good set of speakers and controllers.
You’ll also want to consider the cost of the device if you plan to buy the Nexus as opposed to just an unlocked phone.
The $799 Nexus 5 offers a pretty compelling experience when you look at the price tag.
If it wasn’t for the Google Nexus’s lack of hardware, I wouldn’t consider buying the Nexus.
If I was going to buy this phone, I’d probably go with a Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S7.
It would have been nice if Samsung offered a more advanced camera with an integrated dual-LED flash, but the camera on my Nexus 5 isn’t bad, and I think that