LG Nexus 4

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Reviewed by Signum_01 (Currently owns)

Having upgraded from a considerably ancient HTC Desire, the Nexus 4 is a wondrous device in comparison. It feels solid in the hand, and looks better in the flesh than I though it would. Android 4.2 is fast and slick, and despite some initial problems with connecting on WiFi (seems it's a bit fussy about what it connects to), I'm having a great time exploring the capabilities of the device. Google Now is a very welcome addition, information that's relevant appearing at a glance.

This is what mobile technology should be about. And all for a fraction of the cost of an iPhone 5.

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  • Design 8
  • Display 9
  • Camera(s) 8
  • Reception / call quality 8
  • Performance 10
  • Software 10
  • Battery life 8
  • Ecosystem 9
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