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...
Guys in order to get the best out of your battery go to the play store and download snapdragon battery guru....trust me it really works!!!!!
i used nexus 4 last 1 month
it was amazing and compare to S3 so nexus 4 is better than it.
and compare to Note 2 so same as it
and talking about battery life
when ur phone was new your battery life 3 hr maximum( fully use by internet ,whats app and other apps)
but when you will change same setting
link brightness > manual
and other same then life increase upto 5 to 5.5hr .
Hi! i would like to ask if someone knows how to import facebook contacts into our Nexus 4?
Before the 4.2.2 patch i was somewhat diappointed with the battery as well BUTT The new 4.2.2 patch greatly increased my battery life on the phone. I get 23-26 hours with moderate usage (2-3hours of screen time: mostly texting, some internet browsing, some gps) Automatic brightness, NFC off, wifi on, while disabling unnecessary sync options.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2013Hi boys and girls. Yeah this phone has crap battery life in the reviews, but what about real l... moreI have both iPhone 5 n just acquired nexus 4. Nexus seem to have longer battery life than my iPhone 5. It could be telco Dependant,but nexus 4 does good to me
People need to grow this phone is limited to 16GB that offers 11GB and no one is saying anything. but if it was an HTC phone...people would have developed a second tongue... Nexus 4 is too low and small to be compared to any HTC phone.