LG Nexus 4 is the new smartphone brand Google, developed in collaboration with LG Electronics, and based on the mobile operating system Android 4.2. The critics seem to reward new smartphone developed by Google and LG. Most of the reviews of Nexus 4 ending it with positive comments.
LG Nexus 4 Android 4.2 “Pure Google”
Almost the entire industry experts, however, does not fail to highlight what appears to be the main discordant note in the score signed Google / LG: the lack of support for the technology LTE.
Being able to engage the next generation of mobile networks means enjoy faster downloads and access to web content richer without encountering difficulties in navigation and streaming audio and video. Support for technology Long Term Evolution has now become a standard within the smartphone top of the range. Google and LG have had their reasons for not including this technology, but gave the side-criticism.
LG Nexus 4 Android 4.2 not support LTE
To explain the reason of the absence of support for LTE is Steve Kovach of Business Insider: Google has chosen the easiest way to go. Provide 4 Nexus LTE would mean having to negotiate a series of agreements with telecom operators operating in every corner of the planet and use of technologies that can work on different frequency bands. Think of the various models of iPhone 5, designed precisely to support the frequencies of many possible operators. Google has chosen the easy way out because it is going to continue to offer devices Nexus through Play Store.
Unlocked and aggressive pricing. So without the need for consumers to subscribe to subscription contracts with carriers, and in order to whet the appetite of those with sales prices lower than the figures required for top of the line competitors. There are other features of LG Nexus 4 that does not impress the critics.
The uninspired design and limited storage capacity of smart phone Google Android 4.2 signed. Nexus 4 is in fact available for sale in two cuts of storage – 8GB and 16GB- and has no slot for inserting cards memory. Sixteen gigabytes of space to store the contents are not many. Highlight Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal that 16GB is the minimum size of storage offered by most smartphones available on the market.
For the rest, or on the benefit side, materials, work autonomy, and the ecosystem of reference, Nexus 4 collects plaudits from all sides.
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LG Nexus 4 Android 4.2