The 16 GB will store approximately 4,000 songs or about 20 films, and 32 GB double. If Google follows the path of the Galaxy Nexus, you can expect a 64 GB version in the near future - which satisfies some users, since the Nexus 4 does not support cards to increase the memory. Google has decided not to equip the Nexus LTE 4. This surprised many of our peers, but for the moment it is not something that we regret.
In the UK for example, LTE has not yet taken off, the packages are too expensive and do not integrate into the Nexus 4 has kept costs down. In addition we found that the rate and the signal quality was generally quite good on the phone. Chrome is the default browser. He has achieved good performance in tests benchmarks, although the scores for HTML 5 are oddly lower than the competition. In practical terms, however, are pure white, the text is clear, the load is catchy and scanning is smooth.
In case you had not guessed, the processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core clocked at 1.5GHz has very good performance. He scored higher than any smartphone on the market in its price category...
Regarding the sweetness of use, once again, you really have no reason to worry. We have not experienced any slowdown in the basic user interface while we used the Nexus 4.
The 2100 mAh battery of the Nexus 4 is equivalent to the Samsung Galaxy S3 in terms of capacity, which is a good start. Is a device very similar in specifications - quad-core, 4.7-inch 720p screen - it is hardly surprising that the battery life is not too different either. The non-removable battery lasts a full day with relative ease, even if synchronization is enabled. We just have to pay attention to the brightness of the screen. If you take some measures to save energy, you will easily be able to use your Nexus for a day and a half without charging.
What makes the Nexus 4 is incredibly compelling price. £ 239 for a very good quad-core smartphone in 2012, it is quite unimaginable. The phone is nice, it gives the illusion that it is much more than reality. The screen is a HD panel that rivals the best screens on the market and the user interface is very powerful.
With multimedia and connectivity options fantastic, not to mention its awesome power, memory Nexus 4 is not extensible, and it was a little disappointed. But the Nexus 4 is a fantastic phone at a reasonable price. It is also a stick in the wheels of other manufacturers. That could compete with such a device at this price? Even the mighty Samsung cannot achieve this award for its Galaxy S3 Mini that is marketed for £ 60 more. If you can find a Nexus 4 in stock in the shop Google Play, there is very little reason not to pay attention.
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Cathrine Mckay is one of many experts working for New nokia lumia. The expertise involves detail understanding of smart phones such as Samsung Galaxy Note 2 New acer Aspire and BlackBerry Z10. He has been writing articles about latest technologies being developed and used in smart phones.
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