Anonymous, 06 May 2016KitKat was the best release of Android so far in Android history.I agree KitKat was highly optimized Android Version even it works perfectly on 512 of ram.
hinder, 04 May 2016My nexus 4 crashed finally after 3 years :(Oh my god no way. My phone that i've had for 3 years just broke yesterday. Two Nexus 4's surviving 3 years dying within 2 days?
My Nexus 4 kind of died :( but well I am trying to resurrect it...Hope it works!!
today my beloved nexus 4 died, after 3,5 years of hard labor. rest in pieces my dear, I'll miss you...
Are You suffering from a problem of overheating while using it??? My phone gets too much heats up. Your phone also having this same problem?? please help me.
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2016I have been using it for almost 3+yrs and didn't got any issues. If you are not a tech freak, ... moreNever disappoint about it. Cyanogen has a snapshot.. Try it. https://download.cyanogenmod.org/?device=mako
I have been using it for almost 3+yrs and didn't got any issues. If you are not a tech freak, then it can run almost all usable android apps upto 5.1.
Disappointment is for unavailability of Marshmallow upgrade.
I've been using this phone for a year now and I don't like it anymore, when I finish a call the last app that I used pops open and then dissapears right away. Also the battery life is not good, even though I turn off wifi and GPS and I barely use Bluetooth and I also close all recent apps. The biggest issue I have is that most of the time when I play a video on Photos or on Facebook I can hear the video but the picture freezes... it doesn't happen on Youtube though.
I've reseted my phone multiple times and it doesn't fix the problem... I'm about to upgrade to SG Note 4. I did have a good experience the first couple of months but I leave it up to you if you wants to purchase this phone. Not what I expected.
Used it since launched. Lollipop ruined it! With so many no voice in call issues. With Kitkat it was blistering fast. With Lollipop camera quality has gone down too.
Anonymous, 22 Mar 2016Nexus 4 is such a mediocre phone overall, but its main flaw is battery. It dies in the afterno... morei have been using the phone for 3 years and i have never had such an experience.
Maybe you are just a slave of another brand and trying to throw some dust in the people's eyes who haven't had the phone, cause i could not imagine where all these lies come from? Never had such issues like, battery drain and instant restart. I mush mention that i have never uploaded any customer rom, or unlocked the bootloader - this is probably the second option why you could have such an experience?
The only cons i have to admit is the camera. Its far cry from the contemporary cameras, but its understandable since there has been 3 years of development from the point Nexus 4 came out.
Lastly i do confirm that have a healthy and peaceful relationship with my phone so far.
I have been using LG Nexus-4 for the last two and half years. Very good phone with practically no issues. It is smooth and giving wonderful user experience. The only problem I faced was, the screen broken after falling from a considerable height and the new screen gave lot of touch issues.
great phone with no need to switch to another phone,
The only thing is that after 3 year of usage and because i dropped it too many times, i lost part of the touch area in the screen recently.
Been using this phone since launch. Looked at upgrades but honestly can't find a good reason to move on. The glass sandwich case is still one of the most stylish on the market and still attracts admiration. As smooth as ever and being a basic level of Android, no skins or propriatory software, has been the fist in by group of friends to receive Android updates, often by months. Often had updates others never get. Although at this point it has probably reached the limit of operatiing software updates as the latest build of Android supports features such as finger print recognition which this phone doesn't have. Battery is the original one and still lasts over 24 hours. I've seen lots of complaints about battery life but this isn't my experiece and wonder if those phones have had unreliable third party batteries fitted. Although the phone isn't built to allow removal of battery it can be done, check YouTube. App upgrades have never been a problem. Still pleased with it after all this time.
I use the Nexus 4 for 1 year and i have a good expirience with the clean Android system with no bloatware with Lollipop 5.1.1 are perfect , i love it ! And the design and glass material and size are perfect for me , but the bad things on this device for me are the front câmera , they are só slow wit mid/low-light , and with HDR mode on , and the battery life...i can't complete 6hrs on moderate usage with this device...