Bought in May 2013 for 299 USD, still doing good. It is fast, and very responsive. Display is clear. Call quality is good. Camera is good in bright daylight. Otherwise it is sub par. Had to change the battery once. Otherwise no malfunctions.
I love this phone, it's fast and no lags. It's still alive and kicking. Love the battery life, it's still last for 2 days and half. :) I love all the nexus versions! can't wait to buy nexus 5
Hi, regarding your question about what kind of charger is used for your battery. Usually the charger output current should be about half of the batter capacity. For example, for this LG Nexus 4, the battery is rated at 2100 mAh, so a good charger should be around 1000-1200 mAh (may also be written as 1.2 Amp). This phone comes with a 1200 mAh charger. The voltage output is the same on almost all chargers, 5 volts DC (+/- .5volts). If you use too strong a charger you can damage the battery, causing it to swell and destroy the cells inside it. If you use a lower output charger it will work but take longer to charge the battery, and may not charge it to 100%. I also suggest you download and use a battery maintenance program from Google Play store. There are a number of very good apps out there for controling battery charging. I personally like Battery Doctor by Cheeta Mobile, but there are many other excellent similar apps too.
I hope this helps you.
This might be first world problem, but this phone keeps sliding off when I place it on top of my leather wallet. WTF Phone?!
So far this is the best smartphone ever ...
But I would have a full HD screen )
Got the updated version (with the nipples) sealed in the box off contract on Google Play for $200.
I damaged it twice first it fell out of my kangaroo pocket from jugging in my auto shop face down and second after throughing it onto my bed with my U-lock in the way.
The rim isn't gloss gun metal steel it's plastic but thank fully absorbed the blow, screen didn't crack or scratch and hasn't on both sides never used a case or screen protector only got a nick in the glass display smaller than a gran of sand doesn't cut my pinky finger. Excellent phone done a lot of work to the software, only needs a SD card to become my daily.
I bought a used Nexus 4 last March for 110 USD. When I realise, the Marshmallow is not coming for this phone, I installed CM13, and it is worth it, it is so fast.
Bought used one 1.5 years ago , it's seen hard time and finally screen gave up , didn't crack but not responsing to touch in certain area. Still as fast as ever though ! 5/5
Great phone, lasts for long (3 years and counting) and stays the same (responsive)
How can I tell what is the maximum charging current?
bjorg18, 06 Dec 2015I bet you are the only one complaining.Unfortunately for you, I am not alone on this. The phone has its mishaps: big ones at that but its hardware remains the turn on. I still use mine till date, got it fixed and all, hoping I don't have to spend a dime anymore on repairs.
nonickname, 11 Jan 2016guys i cant really decide whether i should get this phone(really great phone but i hear that c... morei have use nexus 4 for a brief moment..it's interface is really fluid..high class (glass panel) design..yes indeed camera is slow & not good for taking picture..the battery review is also not good..now i use lg g2mini it has great camera (better if you combine it with google camera)..great battery life..the performance is also good..considering the removable battery & expandable storage too..both phone have unique design and feels comfortable to hold..
guys i cant really decide whether i should get this phone(really great phone but i hear that camera is not that good + no radio) or go for lg g2 mini...