GOOGLE NEXUS 4 Review, Specs & all you should know

After a series of rumors, leaks and the hurricanes Google nexus 4 finally arrived in the market on 31st October 2012. This Android phone has been manufactured by LG, due to this the design of the phone is quite identical to LG optimus. The phone is manufactured from matte black plastic which adds to the durability and style of the phone. There is also etched panel of glass on the back side of the phone, which always sparkles when you have a look to it.

Now have a look at some of the internal features of the phone.


Google nexus 4 possess a 4.7-inch IPS screen with a 8 mega pixel camera, that possess a 360 degree panorama feature, which allows users to snap photos in all the directions. The pictures take on the phone can be directly published on social media websites, a direct shortcut is provided with each photo to give the user a smooth path to get interacted  with it’s loved ones. The photos can also be published on the Google Maps and Google calling is really made easier in this smartphone but panorama feature. The video density is (320ppi) just behind the recently launched Apple iPhone 5 (326ppi), but better then Samsung Galaxy S3 (306ppi) and HTC One X (312ppi). The screen resolution of the phone is 1280×768 pixels.


The phone has 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and a 2 GB RAM that makes this android really fast and can take user’s Android phone experience to a new level. The handsets are manufactured in two versions of memory i.e. 8 GB and 16 GB. But the memory is not extend-able, there is no micro SD slot available in the phone, so users have to limited to the provided phone’s memory. The price difference in the handsets is also to it’s memory i.e. 8 GB.


GOOGLE NEXUS 4 has been priced 239 pounds and 16 GB version 279 pounds.


Google nexus 4 charges on a wireless Qi charger and Google this time has announced to get it on sale on the stores. But, there has been no words from Australian manufacturers who have to deal with it. This charger would be an optional item with the phone and would not be included in the original, but, final confirmation on it’s price and manufacturing is yet to come.

Release Date:The phone is set to arrive in the market on the 13th of November and on that day all the queries would be solved, Google would also be waiting to see how popularity it gets from the public.

1 comment
  1. Great review! I’ve already upgraded and I’m just waiting for the phone.
    I do have to admit that I’ll miss the curved glass that the last phone had, but
    I think the Nexus 4 is going to be better in every way. I am sticking with
    T-Mobile since they are the only one who still has an unlimited data plan. In
    most cases, the 4G on my current phone than the LTE phone that one of my DISH
    coworkers has. We use the DISH Remote Access app on our phones to stream our
    favorite shows through the Sling Adapter that we have on our home receivers.
    With how much his phone buffers, it hardly seems worth paying extra for LTE. It
    will be nice being able to stream as much as I want without hitting a cap.

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