The Google Nexus 4 review.

Nexus 4

Nexus 4

A liner: If you are techy and geeky when it comes to electronics, rab the Google’s latest Nexus because trust me it is an amazing one with Android and amazing hardware that comes with it. But think twice before you spend a bomb for this phone, because it is not a phone for all.

 

Brief view:

I would say it is the best Android phone available today in the market with the features, hardware and the techy side that this phone offers. There are high end components, classic features and is a tough competition to iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3.

Have a look at the features enclosed:

  • 4.7-inch WXGA IPS display, 1280 x 768 LCD, 320 ppi image density
  • 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • Android 4.2 – The untampered version
  • 2,100mAh Lithium Polymer battery
  • 8GB or 16GB Internal Storage
  • Adreno 320 GPU
  • Any GSM’s carrier HSPA network
  • Fully unlocked
  • 8MP back camera and 1.3MP front camera
  • Wi-fi, NFC

The positive points:

Well you can charge your phone wirelessly when you are using Google Nexus 4. The fact that Google Nexus 4 is based on LG’s Optimus G Smartphone, the fastest phone I have experienced, makes Nexus 4 crazy fast and don’t forget you have regular updates straight from Google. The camera shoots 3S panorama too which can be viewed on device as well as Google+. Thanks to the Android’s 4.3 PhotoSphere feature that you can play with photos and click amazing ones.

Why Buy it and Who should Buy it?

If you like techy, I mean be at the top of tech! Buy it, because for what it offers, it is decently priced. All you T-mobile lovers, frequent travelers and Android freak, this phone is for you too. Well why I include frequent travelers is because the phone is totally unlocked, the messaging goes supercheap comparatively and for T-mobile users it goes dirt cheap.

The negative points:

Google Nexus 4 doesn’t come with LTE support. Well, why would you leave a phone as smart as Nexus 4 without LTE support. Also, there is no option for expanding memory. Think before you buy an 8GB or a 16GB.

Who shouldn’t buy it?

Well if you not that tech savvy then this phone is too expensive to buy for you. The hardware’s super good, it comes with Android 4.2, but does that really matter to you? Any other JellyBean or IceCreamSandwich good phone should also be sufficient because with Nexus 4 we are talking good money.

Cost:

8GB for $299 while the 16GB for $349 at MSRP.

T-mobile customers: Get 16GB for $199 with a two year contract.

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4 Responses to “The Google Nexus 4 review.”

  1. Tushar Thakur

    Dec 12. 2012

    Any news about when it is going to launch in India? and price too, I am too exited to buy it. :)

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    • Shreya

      Dec 12. 2012

      There is no as such launch date confirmed for India, but it should be around 15 Jan 2013. While the price on eBay India as for now is INR 30,000 for the 16GB phone and around INR 27,000 for 8B. I predict it to increase.And yes it is a too good phone, welcome the Nexus 4 this new year. :D

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  2. kevin@pcandlaptopsoftware

    Dec 14. 2012

    This phone looks like it doesn’t only have a sleek design, but also the programs to make it worthwhile to upgrade my current phone to as well.

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  3. Kuldeep

    Dec 16. 2012

    The Nexus 4 is a great buy, but only if you can get your hands on one. i have been trying to get one since launch, but every time i open the Play Store, its out of stock. Looks like i am gonna have to buy one in black of Kijiji.

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