Google / LG Nexus 4
Google had an announcement canceled by the weather but they still put out the new devices including this Nexus 4 phone, the Nexus 10 and an update to the Nexus 7. While there was some leaks of what this new Nexus 4 phone would be here is the real info. It is a 4.7″, quad-core, wireless charging, and Android 4.2 devices. Wow lots in one sentence but they also updated some apps too such as a new swipe type keyboard called “Gesture Type” so you just run your finger over the letters to spell words, and a new camera app “Photo Sphere” that lets you do panoramas that go up and side to side.
This phone will come in two sizes an 8GB and 16GB but at a great prices unlocked on GSM/HSPA+ networks starting at only $299 and $349 making this easy to get if you are in a contract but want a new devices. There is no LTE but HSPA+ is fast enough right now, and there are so many different LTE bands out right now you would have to put some more expensive chips in and that would drive the price up probably $100+. There is also the added SlimPort HDMI connection that is new. If you’re on a GSM network this looks like a good upgrade and it’s nice to be on the cutting edge of what other phone makers will add to their Android phones next year. There isn’t much information on the wireless charging yet but the make note of it on the Play Store website, most likely this will be an added $40-60 for the charging mat and isn’t included in the box. Will keep an eye out for accessories, but this would still be a good phone to get.
|Screen with Gorilla Glass 2||4.7″ 1280×768 resolution|
|CPU||Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro|
|Cameras||8MP back, 1.3 front|
|Memory||8GB + 16GB / 2GB RAM|
|Connections||Micro USB, SlimPort HDMI, 3.5mm headphone|
|Wireless||Wireless Charging, Wifi, NFC, Bluetooth, GPS|
|Battery||2,100 mAh Lithium|
|OS||Android 4.2 Jelly Bean|
|Sensors||Microphone, Compass, Ambient light|
Posted on October 29, 2012, in 3G, Android, Google, LG, Phones and tagged Android, Google, GSM, HDMI, Inductive charging, Jelly bean, LG, Nexus, Play Store, Snapdragon, wireless charging. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.