|Display||5" 1080p||5.2" 1080p||5" 1080p||4.7" 720p||4.6" 720p|
|Chipset||Snapdragon 800||Snapdragon 800||Snapdragon 600||S4 Pro||S4|
|CPU||Quad 2.3 GHz||Quad 2.3 GHz||Quad 1.9 GHz||Quad 1.5 GHz||Dual 1.7 GHz|
|Storage||32 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Camera||8 MP OIS||13 MP OIS||13 MP||8 MP||8 MP|
|Battery||2300 mAh||3000 mAh||2600 mAh||2100 mAh||2370 mAh|
|Android||4.4 KitKat||4.2 Jelly Bean||4.3 Jelly Bean||4.3 Jelly Bean||4.1 Jelly Bean|
Neither have cuts been made in connectivity. The Nexus 5 supports LTE - a noticeable missing feature on the Nexus 4 - as well as the latest wireless standards. That includes dual-band WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC. The phone's lone microUSB port also supports USB OTG (for the connection of peripherals and storage devices) and SlimPort (for HDMI mirroring to HDTVs and the like).
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