First and foremost I'd like to thank Limefuel for providing this case for review.
Let me start by stating the obvious.
I Love my Nexu5. Love.
I've had S3's, S4's and Note 3's and I've enjoyed all of them, but the Nexu5 they aren't.
As much as I can understand and see the value that manufacturers place in putting their own touches to Android it drives me nuts.
I want pure, unadulterated Google Android goodness. To be quite honest, Google almost always refuses to give that to me / us. Not so with the Nexu5. Finally we'd have a powerful spec'd phone with the goods to back up the vanilla Android OS we've been lusting for.
With fevered anticipation I scoured www.howardforums.com
and the general web at large for news and info prior to the launch of the Nexu5. As each day and week passed I was convinced that it would have a 3000mah option on the battery. "the G2 has it, LG makes the G2, so why wouldn't they include it" was the logic I had at the time, and it was sound logic.
the Nexu5 finally launched and instantly threw me into phone nerd tech rage when it was confirmed it would pack a 2300mah cell.
"2300mah, WHAT! Again!" I shouted towards the heavens with a clenched fist wondering what bean counter approved this battery. Why wasn't the 3000mah battery in the 32 gig model at least. I want more memory, and arguably more battery so make a slightly thicker model with 3000mah on board. Bah, all thoughts were in vain.
Limefuel has stepped up with their L28N5 battery case
to address our concerns friends. I'm going to assume that many of us here want more battery life from our phones, so that's a safe assumption to make.
Howard approached Lime Fuel for a unit to review and they so graciously shipped one for review so let's get to the brass tax here.