T-Mobile is one of three carriers in the United States that carries the Nexus 5, the latest Nexus smartphone from LG and Google. The Nexus 5 replaces the Nexus 4 as the company's flagship model, the Nexus 4 a device that T-Mobile carried for most of 2013.
The Nexus 5 improves on the Nexus 4 in just about every way. From the display, to the processor, to the camera that has now been fixed thanks to Android 4.4.2 KitKat, to the design to the 4G LTE data speeds that are on board Google's brand new Nexus.
It also still commands an extremely cheap unlocked price tag. It's a little more expensive than the Nexus 4 was, but it's certainly worth the extra cash. It also helps that it's cheaper than just about every other unlocked smartphone of its caliber on the market.
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