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Google Nexus 4 review

Thu Nov 29 2012, 15:44

In Short
The Google Nexus 4 certainly has its flaws, including its disappointing battery life and lack of expandable storage. However, despite these niggles, we're finding it difficult to criticise the handset, thanks to its ridiculously cheap price tag.

Google Nexus 4 with Android 4.2

The Google Nexus 4 manages to stand up to the Samsung Galaxy S3 in terms of its processing power and screen, which boggles the mind considering that it costs half as much as Samsung's flagship smartphone. It also comes running the latest version of Android ahead of the competition, and features a high-end design that could easily challenge that of the Iphone 5.

It looks like the Google Nexus 4 could well change the mobile industry for good, and it's easily the best Android smartphone on the market for those of you looking for a budget handset. µ

The Good
Great design, vibrant screen, good camera, speedy processor, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is great, the price.

The Bad
Battery life is disappointing, lack of storage.

The Ugly
Nothing.

Bartender's Score
9/10 

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