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[2]: is this a phone?
by JAlexoid on Mon 5th Nov 2012 19:44 UTC in reply to "RE: is this a phone?"
JAlexoid
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2009-05-19

If Apple can give us a phone with LTE on all major networks that is untouched by carriers, why can't Google?

iPhone is not untouched by operators. iPhone is tested on all the networks that officially sell it. New software releases go through a rigorous testing process. And it still gets stuff turned off at the request of operators.

One thing that is true - it has no bloatware. But otherwise it's not really that different from what Android releases go through.

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