I currently have a Nexus 4 and I've been pretty happy with it but it's getting a little old to run the newer apps as fast as I want.
I considered getting the Nexus 5 since it's pretty good and cheap, but I feel that it's going to become obsolete within one year. The Moto X on the other hand is a current-gen phone that will last me a couple years at least, but it's very expensive.
The last option would be to wait for the Nexus 6, but if the rumors are true this would be a phablet and not a phone,...
I don't have access to T-Mobile, so I'm interested in anyone's experience running on the AT&T network. Thanks.
Has anybody been using their nexus 4 with a car dock? Getting mine in week and want to know what has or hasn't been working for other owners.
I got the orb and had no issues the first few weeks. But now the phone slides off after a couple hours. Anyone else experiencing this problem? I've spotted other reports — any solutions? Do I need to return it?
I was quite impressed with the 16GB Nexus 4 that i've been using for the last few weeks...until I dropped it. The Gorilla Glass back is now quite cracked and damaged (Damn!). I'm about to get on the phone to LG to try and sort out a warranty repair/replacement. Can anybody on here recommend a good/great quality casing/cover that would prevent this from happening again?
I was hoping to get this phone for the holidays, but alas they are sold out. Google has done a poor job communicating when more will be in stock. Are there any reliable sources of information out there reporting on when they will be taking orders again?
The first one is the 16GB storage, which is a big problem for me because I don't use cloud storage and I need a lot of space.
The second reason is that a little device called Asus PadFone 2 will come out shortly and for me this device plus the "Tablet" are the perfect combination.
The Nexus 4 seems like it would be a fine phone if it were actually available in the market. As it stands now one cannot actually purchase a 16GB Nexus 4 except on eBay for around $600, making the $350 price illusory. If Apple wanted to sell 1000 iPhone 5s for $100 and the rest through third parties for $600, that does not make it a $100 phone and it should not be reviewed as such.