Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Feb 10, 2016
Release Date: Nov 13, 2012 (Official)
The perfect Android phone
LG Nexus 4 is the latest Android device from the house of Google. It’s a powerful and feature packed mobile which has been priced really affordable in comparison to its competitors.
LG Nexus 4 sports a 4.7 inch True HD IPS Plus capacitive touch screen running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The mobile comes with a powerful configuration and houses a 1.5 GHz Krait Quad-core processor complemented with Adreno 320 and 2GB Ram.
For shutterbugs, it comes with 8 Mega Pixels Camera with Auto Focus, LED Flash and can also shoot Full HD videos of 1080p@30fps. To facilitate video calling, it packs a 1.3 MP form camera as well.
LG Nexus 4 8GB version comes with 8GB inbuilt storage which is not expandable. On connectivity front, it has 3G, Wi-FI, DLNA, GPS, Micro USB etc. There is no 4G LTE support though.
LG Nexus 4 is a perfect Android phone with some small flaws. Though we can’t consider these flaws as deal breakers. For the price tag it carries, it’s a damn great value for money device. Grab one without giving a second thought.
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Pros: The Nexus 4 builds on the design of the Galaxy Nexus - and makes it even better. LG's build quality is supurb. The display is excellent, with a fast processor and GPU to push things. Android 4.2 brings some welcome new features (see Photo Share and Quick
Cons: Storage options are on the low side at 8 and 16GB, with no microSD storage. No option for LTE data. Internal battery will be a turn-off for some. Long-term durability of the glassy back is unknown.
Verdict: The Nexus 4, LG's first phone in Google's premier line, easily is the best "stock" Android phone thus far, and it's the best in the Nexus line since HTC's Nexus One. The hardware is more top-of-the-line than we're used to in the Nexus platform. The ...