gam30toronto, 23 Nov 2012i have an iphone 5 and nexus 4 on my hands right now and i don't know which one to use and whi... moreGo for lg 4S optimus much better is compair to nexus 4S because it has code core prosser u l get bwttwr wxperien off internet browser and it complate screch less body with gorilla lcd display
gam30toronto, 23 Nov 2012i have an iphone 5 and nexus 4 on my hands right now and i don't know which one to use and whi... moreAnd your wallet is too small for all your money, your wife is too pretty and your diamond shoes are a bit tight! Sucks to be you lol!
i have an iphone 5 and nexus 4 on my hands right now and i don't know which one to use and which one to sell :(
I am on Rogers. Can someone show/tell me how to set it up? email@example.com
The nexus 4 is lte 4G work with att and others carriers but google dont said it ....why...? becose google have agreements with all manufacturer,but anything of them want made a phone with this spec for this price except LG,the nexus i9250 unlocked cost today $380 more that the nexus 4 a year later.....
But GSM arena already mentioned in the product specs the phone network speed can reach 42 Mbps
Speed:DC-HSDPA, 42 Mbps; HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
so what's new ???
Justiin, 23 Nov 2012I wonder if LTE will work on Australian networks, with the Nexus 4.Justin our networks in OZ i'm pretty sure are Band 3.
Currently looks like only band 4 has been tested.
That doesnt mean it wont work, it just means we need someone in Oz who has the Nexus 4 to try it and report.
Its a tempting phone, but no micro SD card is a deal breaker for me, need the extra space and dont want to be downloading files/music/pictures/movies from the cloud when i can access it directly off a storage card..
The chip supports it so it was obvious that the carriers disabled it. You see people... OEM are not the enemy. The greedy carriers are. There is always a cost in buying a subsidized phone...
I think they disabled LTE because they would have to pay a the LTE fee which is approx 50$ (not sure per phone) and since LTE doesn't really cater to the average user (Don't really got LTE in Europe; Patchy in the states) they disabled it.
They probably knew that it will be discovered sooner or later...
Either way, I think it is nice, and I am stoked to find out whether they have LTE in Spain or Germany...