AJ, 06 Mar 2013hey guys..
I am planning to buy this iphone :).. have been using Samsung G3 for 2years and... moreDONT
Go to xda forums and do loads of reading these phones can develop a red led light just over the usb port
And it means you've got to put yourself out with RAMAs and all that bollo
Ive just received my replacement on a phone that was brought 21/01/2013
I know the delivery driver on TNT and he told me he picks up loads for replacement
Just wish id known earlier
I am planning to buy this iphone :).. have been using Samsung G3 for 2years and my exp. is not good with this in terms of battery backup.
want to know that How much time it (Google Nexus 4) can run with heavy usage (like 3-4 hrs on call and 3g is on 24hrs and 2-3hrs gameplay)..
Thanks in advance
Anonymous, 03 Mar 2013go to the play store, right where it says devices or follow this link https://play.google.com/... morePlease sir I want to ask you about something caused me in bewilderment ..My question is regarding notification led to it does not work, although it enabled in the settings and it looks as if the notification led does not exist under the screen ..I wish you could quickly respond to my question ..Thank you
rahul, 05 Mar 2013the battery is fair will last you a dfull day and takers around approx 2 hrs to charge fully.Thanks...Purchasing this on the Google store in US...is everyone getting a rebate of around $30?
Purchased the phone directly from Google store, it was out of stock, got it within 10 days only, device compare the price unbelievable, super fine, battery life for normal balanced user ok, heavy user will surely require re-charge at almost late afternoon, sound screen touch overall the Nexus amazing device, 349$ non-contact unlocked 16GB .. Thanks
Praveen, 04 Mar 2013Hi...there...can any nexus 4 owner...help me out here? I have a query on the battery life.... ... morethe battery is fair will last you a dfull day and takers around approx 2 hrs to charge fully.
Just ordered a Nexus 4 from Google play last Thursday. No contract, no problems. Should arrive this Thursday. Getting the 16GB version, cost $350. If you're in the market for a new contract, you're better off getting a different phone, ie. IPhone 5. If you're just upgrading, or replacing your phone, IMO Nexus 4 price is very attractive, and a very good value for your money.
Anonymous, 03 Mar 2013go to the play store, right where it says devices or follow this link https://play.google.com/... moreThank you for your reply. But the link takes you to Google play which in its turn lead you to T Noble. .. is it possible to get the phone without a contract. . and still be under 400 $
battery is non removable.............. but it has to be removable.....
Hi...there...can any nexus 4 owner...help me out here? I have a query on the battery life....
On an average this could be my usage on a daily basis..
Web browsing = 1 hour
Watching video = 1 hour
Casual gaming = 1 hour
Capturing 2 to 3 photos
3G always ON...GPS & WIFi OFF
with this usage how much do you thing the phone can last starting with full charge?
How long does it take recharge the battery fully?
Thanks in advance
green, 03 Mar 2013I want to buy this phone. .. where from can I get the best price unlocked with out a plan in t... morego to the play store, right where it says devices or follow this link https://play.google.com/store/devices/details?id=nexus_4_16gb
I want to buy this phone. .. where from can I get the best price unlocked with out a plan in the US
Thanks for the help
I have three phones in my list of possibilities. The Nexus 4, the LG L9, and the Samsung Galaxy Relay 4G. Judging from what I've seen on xda-developers, it would seem that the Nexus 4 is the way to go.
I have a Sidekick 4G right now. At that time, I was expecting Samsung to give it the treatment that it gave its Galaxy phones. Big mistake. Samsung took T-Mobile's top selling franchise and basically made into something mediocre.
Now. here comes the Galaxy Relay with another qwerty keyboard. Not surprisingly, Samsung is once again underplaying this device in favor of its more popular Galaxy III. I don't blame them. It just won an award for best smartphone so it's their baby. Over at xda, the Relay doesn't even have its own forum.
So I lookd at the LG L9 as another option. Now the issue with this phone is the bootloader. It seems that LG has it locked up pretty tightly. Rumor has it that it's been unlocked but I see no kind of activity yet as far as custom ROMS go. Perhaps it's too soon?
I'm tired of taking chances, though. It may be time to go for the pure Google experience. The best is that it has zero carrier bloatware so no need to root...unless of course you want to install CyanogenMod or use apps that require root access.
Not being able to use my 8 GB microSD card is ashame but I'm willing to make that sacrifice for a good phone with the expectation of definite updates arriving without excuses of incompatibility.
Please fix heating problem after update 4.2.2..
When i charger and data is on it getting too hot and I have
to shutdown my device..
- SiTdOwN -, 27 Feb 2013WTF???? no card slot? how the hell do you manage with 8 GB? or 16GB? this is garbage!and what ... moreNokia n9? So tell me what will you do with those kind of storage? Collect movies? Pathetic.. 16gb is more than enough. Its just a smartphone not a desktop. People...