Nexus 4 – Performance and Specs for your Lunch Money

It was about time Google come up with something new in terms of smart phones. This time they partnered up with LG and the outcome is pretty impressive if you ask me. The main question here is: Will the Nexus 4 be able to pick up the same steam its older brother can? Well, let’s take a closer look at the new Nexus 4.
The Nexus 4 comes in at 133.9 x 68.7 x 9.1 mm, which means it is similar to its predecessor, but it is far more stunning to look at and hold. The front is all glass in piano black, extra tough too thanks to the Corning Gorilla Glass 2. One may think is iPhone 4 territory – indeed but just a little nicer looking. Weighting 139g, the Nexus 4 isn’t the lightest handset out there, but it’s just about solid enough to get away with carrying that extra weight. The screen is a 4.7 inches True HD IPS Plus beauty. That’s 768 x 1280 pixels with a pixel density of 318. It is razor sharp putting Retina to shame and we dare to say it is one of the best we’ve seen on a handset.

Inside the phone is a 1.5GHz quad-core processor along with 2GB of RAM and (check this out) it’s the first smartphone on the market to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Those specs are more impressive than even the Samsung Galaxy S3 and are typically reserved for top of the range mobiles.
The most important change is to the camera (8Mp) software: Photo Sphere allows you to take full 360 degree images to either swipe around on your phone, Street View-style, or view as one wide panorama on your computer.
Of course, the Nexus 4 isn’t a perfect device. Nowadays there’s no excuse for a phone like this to lack a microSD card slot, but that’s been a Nexus hallmark since the days of the Nexus S. That’s a problem if you’re hoping for the cheapest model, as it only offers 8GB of storage. Also it has no 4G but that is hardly a problem since it is available in only a handful of cities.
Put on the benchmark the Nexus 4 is a little below Galaxy Note 2 but far above the S3
Inside the Nexus 4 is a 2,100mAh battery, which is the same size as the one in the Galaxy S3 and offers similar level of performance. Bottom line: Nexus 4 offers ferocious power (from its quad-core chip), an excellent screen, exciting updates to the Android OS and a price tag at least half that of its technical rivals. All these put together make the Nexus 4 the best phone to get if you’re on a budget.

Nexus4 - Source

Nexus4 – Source

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