Google's Nexus 5 flagship replaces the Nexus 4 and it does so with 4G LTE, more carriers, better specifications, all with an extremely cheap unlocked price tag through the Google Play Store.
What's more is that the Nexus 5's camera, arguably its biggest fault, has been improved thanks to a recent software update. So, in a sense, a device that we consider to be one of the best phones on the market just got better.
The Nexus 5 has only been out since November and it's not going to be going anywhere, any time soon. Like the iPhone 5s, it will continue to get software updates into 2015 and it remains an extremely sound buy for those looking for a device on AT&T's 4G LTE network.