Doesn't seem bad but I guess I don't get why I should want this instead of any of the thousands of other phones.
It has a 4.7-inch, display with 590 nits of brightness for awesome outdoor viewing. It also has circular polarization, so it will look good even if you're wearing polarized sunglasses.
Under the hood there's a quad-core 2.2GHz processor, which is probably Qualcomm's beefy Snapdragon 800. It's not quite as robust as the new 801 we're seeing in phone like the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M8), but it's where the Nexus 5 gets its super speed, so hopefully that'll come through here as well. It has 2GB of RAM, which is competitive to other high-end smartphones. It boasts Gorilla Glass 3 and rubberized edges for extra grippiness.
It rocks a 13MP f/2.0 camera with image stabilization and a hardware camera butter. There's also unlimited cloud storage for all of your pictures.
The headphones have flat cables, and there are magnets on the back of them. They stick together to help keep them from tangling in your pocket.