Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Nov 2012 02:14 UTC
Google "The Nexus 4 is absolutely wonderful, but it's also vexing. Frustrating. Annoying. It's easily the best Android phone on the market right now, and has some of the most powerful software that's ever been put on a mobile phone. It's an upgrade from last year's Galaxy Nexus in every way. It's terrific - save for one small thing. " Lack of LTE, obviously. Bigger issue for me as a European: glass back. Apparently it cracks. Who'da thunk?
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RE: is this a phone?
by Neolander on Sat 3rd Nov 2012 07:06 UTC in reply to "is this a phone?"
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The review says reception/call quality rates a 6. Is this a phone or an MP3 player?

Once again Google proves it hasn't a clue.

If you read the article carefully, this rating is simply due to the lack of LTE, and "regular" HSPA communications will work just fine.

Misleading rating in my opinion. But then again, the same reviewer will also consider getting more than 16 hours of battery life out of a cellphone as some sort of wonderful achievement...

Battery life was also top notch. I'm used to getting just about a day of use on my Galaxy Nexus (that's taking it off of the charger around 8AM or 9AM, and putting it back on around 2AM). Some days it doesn't quite make it that long, depending on my workload. The Nexus 4 fared much better. At the time of this writing, I've had it off of its charger for 10 hours and 30 minutes and it's still got 45 percent battery life. Yesterday before I plugged it in, I'd had it off the charger for 16 hours, with 18 percent of its juice left. To say it's holding up for full work days would be an understatement; even with heavy use, this battery more than pulls its weight.

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