LG Nexus 4

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Reviewed by Jason Aaron Carpenter (Previously owned)

I Love the Nexus 4 but don't own it, I have seen it in stores and read/watched several reviews.
I have now come to this conclusion. That I have been an Apple iPhone users since 2007.
Now I beginning the switch from iOS to Android through the Nexus 4. It seems perfect to me.
I have used and owned the Galaxy S2 and the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2 and the Motorola Atrix 4G. None of them have been able to sway me to move to Android but the Nexus 4... it is Sexy, Fast, Cost Efficient and it has guaranteed updates from Google themselves, how cool is that! I have already got the iPhone 5 so now I will have the best of both worlds, you know. I now know some people actually care about "LTE" but I don't give a ****. LTE eats battery life like your mom eats donuts, no offense. At this point in time like 3G 4 years ago is LTE today it is virtually useless for Efficiency. It is fast if you can get it and your battery holds up. LoL! c: /)
I Love the Nexus 4. It's just awesome. Also anyone with a Nexus 4 there is a Candy Kane Easter Egg within the Bean Flinger Easter Egg. It is usually within the dead center of the screen once you've tapped Android 4.2.1 Several Times. I Love that Candy Kane. Yes I realize I am typing it incorrectly but **** you!
Candy Kane. To see this awesome Candy Kane on your Nexus 4 go to Settings, About Phone, Locate your OS Version which should be 4.2.1, now simply tap it over and over to activate "Bean Flinger," in the center of your screen there should be a single Candy Kane floating about being awesome like Candy Kane's are. LoL! c: /)
Again I love the Nexus 4 you should too!

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