Yes, has 4G.
But wasn't very easy to make work. Search on XDA Forum to enable any 4g band in any Qualcomn chipset.
It's still working like a charm with nougat Rom and unlocked 4g .the problem is battery can't handle 4g connection for a long time
ashith, 10 Mar 2017sir, does 4G works on nexus 4?yes you need to unlock it .search for manuals how to install a rom which support it
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2017No, 3g onlyYah it will work, u have change in administration settings
Anonymous, 20 Mar 2017Im still using this from 2013me too :D now it's time to buy new One.. Pixel XL
I just put inside new genuine battery, so probably I will use it at least until 2020.
One of my best investments.
The best phone i have ever have, loves this so much better than any expensive samsung phones i had in the past!!! Very advanced and ahead of its time with all its features when it was released 5 years ago in 2012!! Now i also even have a spare second one just in case if it dies on me someday, a top notch phone with a decent price.
I would love to see a refreshed version of the same design under the Android One Program, with an improved camera and battery at least. I loved this phone but mine died months ago.
GB are crap only at 16 as the max good camera but ugly because the camera is on the lower and flashlight at the top. 4.6 Stars
Qualcomm rocks !! The phone is still going well even after 4+ years for me. I play all major games & using social networks all the time. Not a single complain in last 4 years. One of the best thing I have bought.
Bad power button quality. (shame on you LG).
Having trouble only after less than 2 years
This phone was so ahead of its time re value for money, when first released 4 years ago, that it is only now starting to show some obsolescence. I've had a no problems throughout my whole ownership, although I think this is because I chose not to move from kitkat to lolllipop (I kept OS at Kit Kat 4.4.4 after a bad experience updating my Nexus 7 to lolipop which subsequently became unusable)
I dropped it and it was very expensive to replace screen (more than half the original cost of the phone). The main issue with the phone now is that it has become very slow to load URLs. and battery life is down to about 4 hours with full on use. It's become frustrating so the time has come to upgrade...but to what? Probably another Nexus. This phone was an instant classic upon arrival and I really wish I could upgrade software and hardware on it forever. It's the perfect size and has been the epitome of reliability. It's rarely let me down (has GPS roaming access without network access!!). Blessed.
awesome using since 4 years .... not even a single error or problem.... it even with present coming mobiles also ...... what else is required .. you just dont a mobile ... its just everything ......
I bought mine on Order date: 2-Jun-2013. It has had NO dead pixels, NO touch problems, NO battery problems, NO lag.
Runs the official Android 5.1.1. Reception is GREAT, GPS is GREAT (it also tracks GLONASS satellites). The apps that I use run GREAT. I've just had a screen protector and bumper on it and only dropped it a couple of times (luckily no scratch).
It just WON'T DIE (on it's own).
I would buy a new phone but it's like getting rid of your hot girlfriend for a hotter girl just because you're bored... and I'm not that type of guy. SIGH
So all I can do is... *clap slowly* ... well played my Nexus 4... well played.