With working LTE, the Nexus 4 just got even more awesome.
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- Greg Hua+2Nexus 4 is said to be among the most cost-effective smart phones.Nov 23, 2012
- lol Apple fan boys... Google created and distrbutes Android OS completely free. This fact alone confirms Google will never be like Apple. Also if you read the article the LTE actually works as intended, getting 21Mbps..
Thanks for your ignorance.Nov 23, 2012
- IT Pixie+1Amen to the no write errors! Nothing more annoying than after taking some great photos then find out later the photo data on the SD card is corrupted and now I've got no photos.Nov 23, 2012
- Whatever. I have what I like, and I like what I have.
My phone isn't so much used for a phone as being a portable computer. And when I'm taking pictures, it's not for posterity. It's for fun.
If I was interested in screwing around with my phone's OS, then I guess I'd be excited about having an Android phone, but I'm not.
I screw around with my Nook's OS instead.
Cheers!Nov 23, 2012
- And yes likestated, the only reason Google choose not to officialy provide LTE support is because the carriers would not allow Google to directly push their updates OTA because of some proprietary stuff on the carriers side. Verizon specifically wanted an additional 3-4 months to test Google's already tested updates that are ready to be pushed OTA. No LTE for N4 = quality Google experience. Plus the people that complain about not having LTE don't understand networking and how fast 4G is, which is plenty fast.. It's just another thing for consumers to want the latest and greatest without knowing the difference; Let's give them an N4, tell them it has LTE and see if they complain... They won't notice the difference, and then they'll shutup.Nov 23, 2012
- I am waiting for Nexus 4 to become available on Google store without complaints. I think it's a great product for its price.Nov 29, 2012