LG Nexus 4

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Reviewed by kyip87 (Currently owns)

So far it's an excellent phone, hardly any issue's at all for me. Though it feels nice in the hand I do worry about dropping it like my old Iphone 4, also for me I also wouldn't mind if the sparkles on the back weren't there. The display is great, with auto brightness on I can read off it without a problem in sunlight too. Reception/Call quality was excellent on Canada's Roger's Network but was weak in some areas indoors on the Wind Mobile Network(most likely nothing to do with the phone). The phone is still new I've only installed like 20 apps so it's running smoothly(no delays at all). The stock Android is great no issues so far for me. Battery life is not bad, with light to moderate usage the phone lasts from 8am-12am and still had a bit of power left. With moderate to heavy use you may need to charge a bit earlier into the evening. But considering how much larger the screen is, I can say the battery is better than my old iphone 4.

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  • Design 8
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  • Performance 9
  • Software 9
  • Battery life 8
  • Ecosystem 9
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