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The Google Nexus 4 features a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, a 4.7-inch 1280 x 768 IPS display, 2GB of RAM, dual cameras (1.3MP front, 8.0MP back), and either 8GB or 16GB of internal storage. Google also baked in NFC support and a wireless charging feature that lets you power the phone by setting it down on an inductive “Charging Orb”.
Improved build quality.
Runs Android 4.2 out of the box.
Wireless charging support.
Excellent high-definition screen.
Great new camera functions.
Glass backing breaks easily.
Moderate battery life.
No expandable memory.
By AsiaOne on May 10, 2013
Parallel imports of the Google Nexus 4 have been selling here in shops and via online forums since late last year, but it is now finally available here through authorised resellers. Better late than never.Google's Android smartphone is essentially...
By NotebookCheck on April 20, 2013
Purchase recommendation for Google's Nexus 4 Google has demonstrated its skills as a hardware manufacturer in the recent past and convinced with very good performance in the tablet sector. Both Google's Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 delivered a...
By Smarthouse on April 15, 2013
Drawing inspiration from a few of the market-leading handsets, instead of pushing the boundaries as it has attempted with past smartphones, Google's new Nexus 4 incorporates a collection of premium-standard specs bundled up into a body with a...
By APC Magazine on April 08, 2013
Google The Nexus 4 might just be the best-value smartphone ever made. Packing in some unbelievable hardware for its $350 price tag, this 4.7-inch speed demon is Google's officially-endorsed Nexus family...
By LanOC Reviews on March 21, 2013
All in all I think the Palette is a great case. It isn't one of the heavy duty cases that will protect your phone from a nuclear attack, but it will certainly absorb some shock and keep it from getting scratched up. The material, although it feels...
By Computeractive on February 28, 2013
Since the middle of 2012, the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been the best choice for anyone wanting a top-of-the-range Android smartphone. Google aims to change that with its Nexus 4, which is built for it by the Korean company LG. It's very aggressively...
By TweakTown on February 28, 2013
Another final thoughts, this time two months into using the Nexus 4. I can wrap it up in a sentence, but I'll elaborate - the sentence first: buy one. I still recommend to just blindly buy one, they're that good. If you're a huge Google...
By Expert Reviews on January 31, 2013
A great handset for those who want Android in its purest form, but the hardware can't quite best the Samsung Galaxy S3...
By TechRadar on January 16, 2013
Giving a handset on TechRadar a full five star rating is almost impossible. You could have the best phone in the world that can solve famine, pick the kids up from school and decipher Mandarin Chinese in a millisecond. But it's not just about specs...
By Wired UK on January 02, 2013
The Nexus 4 packs in a terrific amount of features, including the very latest 4.2 Jelly Bean version of Android, as well as a high quality eight-megapixel camera and powerful processor, all for a knockdown price. Along with the quality casing it's...
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