Google Nexus 4

By on November 30, 2012

Google Nexus 4, the Android 4.power-driven Smartphone will be accessible starting December 13. The additional carrier partner launches itself within a month after the Nexus 4′s official launch. Nexus 4 saw a huge demand in UK and in other parts of the world. Google’s newest Smartphone already seems to be a huge hit looking at its demand.

The Nexus 4 will definitely present superior speeds on Three’s DS-HSDPA network, but the only hitch could be the hack revealed this sunrise which allows users to manually enable LTE on the devicewhich will not do any good to the 3 customers. The attention-grabbing fixation will be to notice whether people will buy it at cheaper out-and-out prices through Google or through carriers.

The fourth Nexus phone, Google has taken the aid of South Korean manufacturer LG, and again proceeds to the idea of eliminating the middleman and selling the phone straight to clients via its online Google Play store. The Nexus 4 has a number of inspiring features, with a quad-core processor, 4.7-inch IPS screen, wireless charge, NFC support and Gorilla Glass 2 protection both the sides.


To start with, there’s that 4.7-inch display. It’s a bit bigger than the 4.65-inch display of the Galaxy Nexus, and the button from Super AMOLED to IPS tech has its own pluses and minuses. positioned next to next with the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 4’s display does appear a bit pale, but it’s crisp and in some way warmer – specially when screening photos and videos. Screening angles are fully dependable, refusing to get out no issue whatsoever which angle you see the screen from.


The Nexus 4 offers an immediate revise of Jelly Bean rather than getting a new release, which takes out some of the catch from the device. The Galaxy Nexus has got a recent update of 4.2, which will not be liked by the Nexus 4 user.

When you talk about gaming, the Nexus 4 gives the best platform. The Snapdragon S4 Pro is proficient enough which will keep up with the newest 3D titles, incase if you are able to load them I say that because some the games failed to load, and that could also be because of the incompatibilities of Android 4.2 which is very disappointing to say the least.

The camera on the Nexus 4 was found to be very good in dim-light and very crisp and colorful and comprehensive with superior light when you look at the control system it’s amazing when you tap your finger a whole lot of features comes in front of your screen be it HDR, or flash toggle…. as if everything is revolving around your finger its very super cool and smart. It’s hard to believe why no other manufacturers thought on those lines. The other and best feature of the camera is “Photo Sphere,” You move about your gadget in a straight row in front of you or on top of you as well, similar to you’re moving it along an unseen huge hamster ball. It’s immense for screening your parents your latest residence. All in all it seems Google Nexus 4 is here to stay…at least for the time being……….

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