For some users, the news that the Nexus 4 sort of works on LTE came as an early Christmas gift. Nevertheless, the device wasn’t tuned to work on Long Term Evolution networks, so there have to be some tradeoffs, especially related to battery consumption.
While Google has run out of 8GB and 16GB Nexus 4 units in various markets, there are other retailers that have the device in stock. One of them seems to be Amazon, where both Nexus 4 versions are currently available, with a twist.
Yesterday we told you that the Nexus 4 would again be available for sale in the UK and Germany after 5PM local times, and it looks like interested buyers almost immediately purchased the available units.
LG has brought its latest and greatest device out for Google, but does the Nexus 4 live up to the Nexus name? Find out in this written and video review!
If you live in Germany or the UK and tried to get the Nexus 4 from the Play Store to no avail, you now have another chance. Users in the two countries that signed up for updates related to the Nexus 4 have received an email from Google informing them that the coveted device will go on sale again, today December 4, at 5pm local time.
Not everyone can bring home a Google Nexus 4 and have access to the latest custom ROMs and kernels in store for this wonderful device. One of the latest kernels to check out is the Matr1x 2.0,... based on Google’s latest Jelly Bean operating system.
Matr1x 2.0 is a custom kernel developed by XDA recognized developer mathkid95 who is also the dev behind the Matr1x custom kernel for t...
Have your past attempts to get the LG Nexus 4 in Canada failed? Good news, the Nexus 4 is returning to the Google Play store in Canada today at 3PM Eastern Time. Google sent out emails earlier today confirming the return, though it is hard to say how many handsets they will have ready.
Having no serious competition in the Android universe ever since its launch, Samsung’s Galaxy S3 was bound to suffer a drop in popularity after the introduction of Apple’s iPhone 5. And while we can’t go as far as say the S3 is still selling as it did three or six months back, it’s definitely not fallen as some expected.
If you haven’t noticed yet, the LG Optimus G and the Google Nexus 4 are a lot more similar than one might expect. How much alike? Are there any differences? Find out in this comparison, which will give you a look at both the Optimus G and the Nexus 4, before our in-depth review of the new Nexus phone comes very soon!
Just yesterday we reported that the average shipping time for the 16GB Nexus 4 has gotten up to 6-7 weeks, and now it looks like we have similar bad news for the 8GB model.