Reviews and Problems with LG Google Nexus 4 / E960
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Kidigi car mount cradle for LG Nexus 4 review
28 July 2013
Excerpt: As you might have heard by now , I’ve been using the LG Nexus 4 for a little while, and I’m absolutely loving it. And to help in my transition to different phone, the folks at Mobile Fun were nice enough to send me a new car mount to review, so I wouldn’t have to go without. (They’ve also got tons of other Nexus 4 docks , too.
Summary: If you have been waiting for it, just go and pick it up. It's awesome. The display is good, performance is excellent, you will be the first to receive all the Android updates and the phone simply looks gorgeous. On the downside, there is no expandable storage, the camera is lacklustre in low lighting and the earpiece has audio leaking. If you are searching for a smartphone between Rs. 25,000 and Rs.
Pros: Good display, Sexy design, Great performer, Smooth multitasking, Upgradable to the latest Android version as it is released
Cons: Lacklustre camera, No expandable storage, Rear panel is prone to scratches
Conclusion: LG's Google Nexus 4 is a powerful unlocked smartphone with a beautiful, minimalist design, fast performance, and the latest version of Android.
Pros: Attractive, minimalist design. Bright display. Fast quad-core performance. Latest Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS. Fast HSPA+ 42 data speeds on T-Mobile. Improved localized search results with Google Now.
Cons: Slow HSPA+ 21 data speeds on AT&T. Mediocre camera and camcorder. Ineffective voice dialing. Gets warm.
Conclusion: If you’re a T-Mobile subscriber or don’t care about LTE, the Google Nexus 4 is one of the best phones out there, and costs only $300 unlocked. There is a T-Mobile subsidized version available for $150, but that discount comes with a two-year contract attached. Freedom from contracts coupled with a pure version of Android 4.2 and the promise of speedy updates make the Nexus 4 a very attractive phone.
Pros: Excellent screen, Android 4.2, Speedy performance, Low price for an unsubsidized phone
Cons: No LTE, Glass back makes phone more fragile, Non-removable battery, No microSD ext
Summary: For those wanting a pure Android experience, as Google intended, the Nexus 4 is a strong choice. The 1.5-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM make applications run quickly on an already buttery smooth OS. The Google Now and camera app enhancements are also welcome, even if the camera itself doesn't wow. We also look forward to using the new lock screen widgets.
Pros: Sharp 4.7-inch HD screen, Sharp colorful screen with good viewing angles, Improved Google Now assistant, Speedy and smooth performance
Cons: Short battery life, Competitors have more innovative features, Dull camera images, No LTE support, Mediocre audio quality,
Summary: The LG Nexus 4 with its large 4.7in screen is ideal for film fans and anyone who wants to surf the web on their smartphone, while the quad-core chip copes with the latest games easily. The only letdown is the meagre, unexpandable onboard storage.
Pros: Really sharp HD screen; Quad core chip; elegant design; Photo Sphere is great.
Cons: Meagre storage space; No support for 4G LTE.
Excerpt: The latest take on a pure vanilla Android smartphone is called the LG Nexus 4 . Its design is based off another LG handset called the Optimus G and it is one of many flagship models made for Google. How does it perform when compared with the most recent models in Google’s Nexus smartphone range? And more importantly, is it able to outperform the competition? The Nexus 4 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with a clock speed of 1.5GHz.