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November 19, 2015

32GB Nexus 5 for just $200 with your choice of red, white, or black

by John_A


Just in time for the holidays, Expansys USA is offering up the original 32GB LG Nexus 5 for just $200, the lowest price we’ve seen yet. Even better, Expansys has all three colors in stock: red, black, and white.

The Nexus 5 might be two generations old now, but it’s still a solid device, especially at this price. To put it into perspective, that’s about what you’d pay for something like the Moto G (3rd gen), which is powered by a Snapdragon 415 and has just a 720p display. With the Nexus 5, you get the Snapdragon 800, a 5-inch 1080p display, and several other improvements that make it a better choice for the money.

Some of the other key specs include 2GB RAM, a 2,300mAh battery, and an 8 megapixel rear camera. It’s also worth mentioning that the Nexus 5 has already been upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, something you probably won’t find with other similarly priced phones.

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As far as aesthetics go, the Nexus 5 also retains a very similar look and vibe to its newer brother, the Nexus 5x, and while the design is certainly no-frills, that’s at least a small part of the phone’s charm.

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The model sold by Expansys should play nicely with all GSM carriers, as well as the CDMA carrier Sprint. So how about it, anyone planning on picking this one up at $200? Would you recommend it at this price, or would users be better off getting a newer entry or mid-level device?

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