In well lit conditions, the camera does an okay job of focusing and snapping off shots fairly quickly. While lack of any kind of burst shot function means capturing extreme action shots are out of the question, thankfully Photo Sphere and panorama were included (Photo Sphere in particular has been dramatically improved) which add a few more features to what would be a completely lackluster camera app.
Above you’ll find some quick comparisons of the Nexus 5 going head to head with some of the best smartphone cameras in a variety of lighting situations. HDR+ works well given it actually captures different stops of light and combines them into a single image. Editing images in the Photos app is by far the easiest route to take as it’s essentially the extremely user friendly Snapseed photo editing software. While the camera experience on the Nexus 5 might leave a lot to be desired from those want to simply shoot from the hip, Google’s provided enough tools to make up for what would be a lackluster affair on the Nexus 5. Not long ago, it was tipped that Google could come up with a new design for the software home button that is featured on devices that don’t have a physical counterpart.
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The latest version of the Android Wear app is notifying users of the Together watch face that Google will officially be shutting it down on Sept 30th, along with the reason why they’re doing it. Without having to wait for our full review, we though we’d tackle the camera ahead of time.
We were surprised to see the Nexus 5 holding its own, and while you can set up a perfect shot like we did above (tripod was used), your results will vary according to lighting conditions and just life in general. Oddly enough, KitKat gives users 2 ways to accomplish this, either by using the Photo Editor found in the standard Gallery app, or the Photos editor in the new Google+ app. You also know that it’s getting much more difficult to play the game without purchasing in-game upgrades. As much as most of you want to believe the company is the big bad wolf, their reasoning is neatly summed up with 1 telling image. Get helpPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour email A password will be e-mailed to you.


I don’t know who thought this was ever a good idea and was hoping Google would do away with this in KitKat. Occasionally the white balance would completely freak out (see the front facing camera comparison) and just like camera performance, picture quality too was a bit inconsistent. The first 2 are self explanatory, while the filters options gives you traditional Snapseed filters along with frames. Chances are you’ll never see this on any other device than a Nexus, as OEMs tend to remove this app in favor of their own offerings.
Thankfully, a newly-leaked animation shows it’s not as bad as we thought it would be. There was even a few instances where it just hung, leaving me with no option but to force close the app altogether and start over.



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