The release of Google Nexus 4 is marked by two other releases too, the Google Nexus 10 tablet and the Google nexus 7 32GB 3G tablet making it the company’s biggest hardware launch yet. The first thing which is noticeable in Google Nexus 4 was how much it is un-noticeable and if you just glanced with the screen turned off it could stand in as any number of nameless Android Smartphone’s.
If you take a closer look however and you begin to notice the most premium details which set this apart from its competitors. The corning gorilla glass 2 display is slightly curved at the edges making the sliding function much easier and comfortable to do.
On the beck, there is a glass panel protecting a dark shimmering dot matrix pattern running around the phone. Weighing in at 139g this is actually not a light smartphone however the nexus 4 manages to distribute the weight in such a way that it adds to the sense that this is a smartphone which will survive day to day bumping without needles to buy a case for it.
Google Nexus 4
The nexus 4 sports a 4.7-inch 1280×768 display which is nothing better than the best. With 320 pixels per inch, the text is rather sharp while images seem to be bright and very contrasting in the least. LG has usually followed the display philosophy that by going big and wider prevents the issue of not being able to reach the top of the screen with your thumb. You can be sure of watching a good quality of movies and videos with a sharp look and smooth deliverance of quality which is offering up a huge selection of new releases and the old ones.
Google nexus 4 comes up with a much-needed 8MP camera situated neatly on the back of the phone; a sensor upgrade has also taken place in this version which was also badly needed. The camera is strictly suburb that is being greatly coped up with the outside light with extreme wellness however on a low light you may feel that images are little bit grainy haze appearing in them. Comes up the strong flashlight which can kill all of your grainy scenes in just a minute while activated.
Now to proceed with the performance so let us tell you that there under the hood is a blisteringly quick Quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor along with 2GB of RAM to help backing up Google’s claim to be the fastest Android smartphone yet available.
Well Google and LG have something to hold up their heels high as this is indeed a very fast phone in that manner. Menu navigation along with processor intensive tasks never feels like a struggle with games making use of the power and display.
So it is something to bet on upon. Get your Google Nexus 4 as soon as you can to enjoy the latest techniques and entertainment without having to rub your hands for no good at all. Google nexus is sure to give you the best in the market.