Nexus 4

Nexus 4 gets the inevitable drop test

For some odd reason this has continued to be a growing trend with basically every smartphone or tablet that gets released. Drop tests are becoming the norm these days and now the brand new LG Nexus 4 has just received its share of drops. Spoiler: it doesn't do too well, just like most phones. For those that enjoy these odd videos showing the obvious, take a peek below.

Nexus 4 gets teardown by iFixit – looks pretty inside and out

The brand spankin new LG Nexus 4 is certainly a pretty smartphone, but now we’re getting a look at the inside and seeing it’s just as pretty under the hood. The folks from iFixit just finished giving the Nexus 4 the usual teardown treatment and we get to see everything that makes this quad-core Android run. As usual we have a comprehensive breakdown of the hardware, as well as some neat photos of that wireless charging battery cover.

TalkTalk offering a free Nexus 7 with purchase of select Android phones

The holiday shopping season is right around the corner, and English carrier TalkTalk is getting into the giving spirit by offering a free Nexus 7 with the purchase of select Android smartphones. This deal goes into effect on November 20, so if you were planning on purchasing a smartphone, you may want to hold off for a few days, as scooping up a free tablet certainly seems like something worth waiting for. Three of the phones offered are not exactly high-end, but one of the devices will certainly have people taking notice.

Nexus 4 sells out in UK in 30 minutes as Google Play annoys buyers

The Nexus 4 went on sale in Europe and Australia, and it sold out in a matter of minutes, and left customers rather angry. Buyers had a hard time resisting the incredible unsubsidized price of the device, and thus, they came out in droves to grab one. Google, apparently, could not keep up with the demand for the device, and ran out quickly. This, of course, led to the site spitting out all kinds of errors, which led to some frustrated potential buyers.

LG Nexus 4 Review

It's time again for Google to take command of a smartphone with the Nexus 4, a device manufactured by LG with software pure vanilla Android - a collaboration creating yet another true member of the Nexus family. This device is made to bring on the next version of Android, that being 4.2 Jelly Bean (the second iteration of the software still code-named Jelly Bean) complete with the updates you see in our full update guide. The body of this device rather similar to that of the LG Optimus G, complete with the same display, camera technology, and quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.5Ghz processor under the hood.

LG Nexus 4 hands-on and first impressions

Google is bringing on the next generation of vanilla-flavored Android with the LG Nexus 4, a combination, it seems, of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the LG Optimus G. The massive processor and the operating system on this device are the real heroes, of course, starting with the 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdradon S4 Pro SoC with Adreno 320 graphics under the hood - Qualcomm's biggest and best yet. You'll be working with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean+ (the newest version, newer than 4.1 Jelly Bean that was released earlier this year), this including a lovely new collection of features shown just this week by Google.

Google’s Matias Duarte explains lack of SD cards in Nexus devices

There's certainly a lot of excitement surrounding Google's new line up of Nexus devices, and Android director of user services Matias Duarte has hopped on Google Plus to answer the questions Nexus fans undoubtedly have. Android users took him up on his offer to answer questions on these new Nexus devices, with hundreds posting comments to his Google Plus profile. At the time of this writing, Duarte has only gotten around to answering two questions, but the two answers he's given are definitely worth noting.

Nexus 4 announced, coming November 13

The incoming Hurricane Sandy might have forced Google to cancel its Android event in New York City, but that hasn't stopped the company from announcing its new products anyway. Google and LG officially announced the Nexus 4, which is Google's new flagship smartphone and the newest iteration in the Nexus family.

Video of LG Nexus 4 with Android 4.2 leaks online

Google may have canceled the Android event today, but with all rumors and leaks coming out, it feels like the event actually happened. Now, a video has come out from Swerdroid featuring a hands on with the LG Nexus 4. The video confirms pretty much everything we already knew about the phone, but it is still nice to see it in motion.
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