Following the announcement of the Nexus 4 smartphone, Google has released the first images of the device.
Running on Jelly Bean 4.2, the Nexus 4 will be powered by a quad-core processor, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro and 2GB of RAM. Its screen measures in at 4.7 inches with a 1,280 x 768 pixel resolution, an 8-megapixel camera situated at the device's rear, a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, as well as 3G support, wireless charging and NFC.
The LG-built Nexus 4 will launch in the U.S. and UK on November 13, where it will sell contract-free for $299.
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Other than that, there are two things that piss me off about this:
1)No microSD slot. It's stupid, and probably wouldn't even cost $0.05 per phone.
2)1280x768 still seems to be much the same resolution (1366x768) as comes on every notebook under $800 / 17". Please give us at least HD+ on a 15" screen. It's not that hard.
I know #2 isn't about the phone as such, but it irritates me that it even counts as "HD".
While I agree with your point; technically 768lines is HD.
Basically everything 720p and above qualifies.
Then of course, the first 4k displays are shipping. So, we want that next :-)
This phone is okay but I don't know, I think I still prefer my Galaxy 3.
and samsung had a very good reason to use pentile and it was quite smart of them to do so, I wont explain why though it would take me too long
Looking good so far but I'm still not anticipating anything looking much better to me than my S3 for a while to come.