Frankly speaking, the competitiveness of the Google Nexus 4 is very high in the market place. Google has been achieved on the hardware in a beautiful and charming way along with the cooperation of the former LG OEM, and also with the Android experience ever. However, the lack of LTE was still a questionable issue for many. In particular, it is usually for anyone as it had just become available in the iPhone 5 in the next generation mobile networks and iPhone users. Speed difference is not trivial and like it’s been mentioned earlier, LTE network here is the orders of magnitude faster than usual HSPA + 3G network.
In terms of practical use, read the Google nexus 4 webpage for a moment, and you will find there is no stress of streaming media as well; still there is time to wait for the display of any content on the Web which has been shortened. LTE radio state is at the heart of any tech city where it sustains in a good constant, but is not officially supported by other models, and also interruption or failure of the connection does not even get generally experienced. Google Nexus 4 solves up one of the weaknesses of the beginning, and it answers the question why the 4G networks are not ‘Google Now’ was the core part of the iPhones. Google Now is very essential because it was one of the favorite services preferred by many people all around. It will be reloaded when you switch to Wi-Fi or 3G, after all attempts to read more than once as long as you do not do so, the final result will be displayed to ignore the current position.
System configuration changes and updates by the side are not performed. Whatever the reason, Google Now is usable without problem in 4G since then by way of Google Nexus 4.
Design and features:
Do not worry about the last remaining full-time if you want to use the LTE Google Nexus 4 with extensive battery life. But it seems it was this fear which seems unfounded. When people have reviewed the Google Nexus 4, they had said about the battery life which is less consumable and it was 5.5 hours. If you actively use LTE, and if you have the use of the data center as streaming video, the battery of Google Nexus 4 will be continually used at a considerable amount of time. However, consumption during standby is so less, in normal use, as it is available from morning till night. Look comprehensively, from the experience that was used as a Google Nexus 4, I have high hopes that in addition to that, Google is officially supported by update, it had launched a brand new model of LTE that can be used even in both the United States and abroad. Even without it, Smartphone’s can be as good as this in the $ 300 range of pricing, but it’s almost unbeatable package if LTE is added.
The camera may also suffer from rolling shutter effect in movie recording. But of course, the best ever option, but it does not mean perfection as in case of Android 4.2. In the terminal Android, you do not pick up yet have a system function “Identify iPhone” as it can be seen in iOS automatically but Google Nexus 4 lacks that feature. It has been offered to corporate users, and there is no way useful to any individual who are not sure of Google models. Android File Transfer utility is difficult to use in Google Nexus 4. I would have to exchange files between computers, and this is inconvenient. I do have to stick to the fact that unnecessary files get incorporated in while downloading other important apps. But in fact I can say, except that the battery which shows up a small problem but it can be put up for the range with its other unique features.
The performance aspects of Google Nexus 4:
I think its speed is to be appreciated, plus the games are also very easily accessible. Unrefined and rugs do exists to be hated by people but probably not necessary to worry about it all the time, and the terminal is highly recommended for the newbie. Settings panel, such as the image below should appear instantly and it appears as such. From Google Play or Phone Info app, if you download, and you need not enter this sequence each time, then the configuration changes every time.
Never seem to enable LTE definitely as it has to be set only at “only LTE” “connection type where I experimented. If HSDPA + is available, it automatically reverts to the connection and combinations set to GSM and LTE, and the CDMA. There seems to be some cases where they successfully get connected to LTE and LTE with a combination of other methods with other apps and so on. Only in Google Nexus 4, this specific operation is probable. Once the wireless connection is turned off, when you change the type of wireless connection, reconnection is done along with LTE. I did try the checking of the connection speed and the speed is insanely fast upload and downloads.
Wi-Fi is another beneficial part that I really enjoyed the speed and accessibility to the core. You do not have to come until the 3G version and the hassle of tedious negotiations with the carrier if the product was not hit. Are you affiliated with the OEM vendor such as Asus that point is convenient? I was the advent of the 3G version because the Nexus 4 finally gets on the right track.
Google Nexus 4 is wonderful and I’m going to use in setting the future with pretty much collaboration of various apps and features. Please do not take it too terribly technical; as there is no need to put your hands on the hardware. This loophole is closed at any time if you can handle other Google devices at ease, anyhow. Second, into the LTE feature of Google Nexus 4, it may increase the power consumption of the device. Google Nexus 4 is not one of those devices which never exhibit excellent performance in terms of battery life. I’m a little worried about the battery as it gets run out of energy very soon. Still, I strongly felt comfortable giving up the connection speed of LTE and other significant features.
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||68.7×9.1×13.39 mm|
|OS & software|
|Software included||Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)|
|Processor & memory|
|Clock speed||1.5 GHz|
|Processor model||Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro|
|Display technology||TFT touch-screen (active matrix)|
|Display size||4.7 in|
|Native resolution||1280×768 pixels|
|Ports||Micro-USB 2.0 (SlimPort-compatible), audio-out|
|2G||GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900|
|Wi-Fi||802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n|
|Short range||Bluetooth 3.0+HS|
|GPS receiver||GPS + GLONASS|
|2nd camera resolution||1.3 megapixels|
|Main camera resolution||8 megapixels|
|Battery capacity||2100 mAh|
|Number of batteries||1|
- Excellent value for money
- Quad-core processor
- Latest Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
- Pleasing design and solid construction
- Wireless charging support
- Moderate battery life
- Lacks LTE support
- Non-replaceable battery
- No storage expansion
- Currently out of stock at Google Play store
Google Nexus 4 Phone 8GB – Unlocked