A brief look at the new Nexus 4, Google and LG's latest Android Smartphone
Since the seepage of the news about the new Nexus 4 we have seen more than a handful of leaked images and phone features all over the internet. It would have seemed like you already know about the Nexus 4 even before you've got your hands on it. Even a number of gadget enthusiasts have had the notion of knowing almost everything behind LG and Google’s new star product. Fact is, there is still more to be seen and known about this magnificent Android device.
Nexus 4 happens to be the first Smartphone of the collaboration between LG and Google. Google has known to release their Nexus phones via Samsung; the affiliation with LG is somewhat new and has left many eager to witness their first and latest product.
The new Nexus seems to be quite different from the previous Nexus devices in style as well as n configuration. Nexus 4 is more flashy or aesthetic in appearance with its very polished and high end exterior that sets the Smartphone apart from other LG devices. The sturdy cover and the solid slab like structure donates a superior feel in handling the phone. LG phones are known to have a plastic like artificial touch which is not favored by Smartphone fanatics.
Another upgraded feature of this Nexus 4 is the extended 4.7 inch screen and its 720p IPS. This gives the phone a special touch and status of a high end device and is considerably better than Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus, which uses an AMOLED screen.
When it comes to the seamless functioning and eases of use, Google and LG’s Nexus 4 was nothing short of perfection. As one would expect from any high end Smartphone the new Nexus is swift and decisive in its function. Although, the internal specification of its RAM and processor is the same as LG Optimus G, 2GB RAM and processor of 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro running the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
The Android OS 4.2 Jelly Bean is almost same as the earlier version of Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich in terms of visual aid and layout. One of the main features of Android 4.2 is that it allows multiple user accounts, where more than one member can include their unique settings as they log in. Other notable features include 360 degree panoramic photo capture, better integration of Google apps and Swype like keyboard facility.
The device is still new and is undergoing a lot of experiments and tricks by the many tech geeks. So far there are no significant disappointments with this device. LG and Google’s Nexus 4 is indeed a Smartphone to watch out for.