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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by toramorigan View Post
    I have a couple of questions:

    - Aside from the new tweaks to the lock screen, quick settings, new camera/gallery app, have you noticed any other tweaks to the core Google/Android apps that are included?
    Yep. But little tweaks. Good tweaks.

    - How bad of a fingerprint magnet are the front and back surfaces?
    I think you already know the answer to that.

    - In your opinion, do you think there will be a 32GB option in the months to come, or do you think Google is just dead set on 16GB max for their Nexus phone line?
    Either it happens or it doesn't.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by nipcarlover View Post
    How's Android 4.2?
    And how well does the Photosphere thing work.?
    I am curious about the Photosphere as well. Gimmick or hot feature?
    "In valor, there is hope."
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by bobjohnson322 View Post
    Any overheating issues? I read on pcmag that the optimus G had some.
    There's a difference between "feeling hot" and "overheating." Be careful how you use them.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Will it blend?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosco View Post
    didnt they say its sorta rounded around the edges? Like the glass is melted over the frame? Or did I dream that
    Sure, but so are other phones. It's a nice design feature, but not exactly new or a big deal.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stang68 View Post
    Will it blend?
    Will you?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    How is the screen visibility in bright day light?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Are you using/testing it on the T-Mobile 42mbps network? Is the speed lovely? LTE be damned. I don't need it.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Nickinson View Post
    Will you?
    Checking now.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    how does the screen look compared to the One X or S3?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Yes.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    If you have the 8GB version, could you tell us how much free space is there for the user when you switch it on for the first time?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    How is the screen (color accuracy, angle, visible smoothness) compared to the Galaxy S3's SAMOLED screen?
    I was pretty impressed w/ the LG Spectrum's screen so I'm curious if they've gotten better...
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by S_C_B View Post
    Are you using/testing it on the T-Mobile 42mbps network? Is the speed lovely? LTE be damned. I don't need it.
    wouldn't this be depend more on the network than the phone?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonmall View Post
    Is it Wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n or just b/g/n?
    b/g/n

    How good are the phone and wifi signals? No use in having a phone if you can't phone anyone .
    I dunno. I'm coming over to your house to test. Why do people always ask that as if signals are the same everywhere? That's not to say there can't be blanket issues (see Verizon GNex), but that's not exactly something you can quantify from a single usage case. Gonna wait till they go on sale for that to pop up.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    does it look sexy? looks usually are entirly different in real than what we see in videos and pics.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by still1 View Post
    does it look sexy? looks usually are entirly different in real than what we see in videos and pics.
    Yes. You're going to see all sorts of weird angles and reflections and stuff in still pics. The one I posted is accurate, but it's not like the back of the phone looks like that all the time. It's really nicely done.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Does the video stutters or is it smooth 1080P at 30FPS?
    Do the game stutters?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Why does Phil Nickinson make snide remarks to forum members asking honest questions?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by S_C_B View Post
    Are you using/testing it on the T-Mobile 42mbps network? Is the speed lovely? LTE be damned. I don't need it.
    I can answer that, it's faster than my GNex on TMo. I'm quite pleased with the speeds I get out of it and couldn't care less about LTE.
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Nickinson View Post
    I dunno. I'm coming over to your house to test. Why do people always ask that as if signals are the same everywhere? That's not to say there can't be blanket issues (see Verizon GNex), but that's not exactly something you can quantify from a single usage case. Gonna wait till they go on sale for that to pop up.
    I meant how strong is signal strength compared to other devices on the same network you have lying around. But I'll just take it as it's just as good.

    You're welcome to come over any time, getting here would be the bigger obstacle .
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Should I wait for my upgrade on AT&T that comes up in AUGUST and see what is available THEN, or should I plop down the 350 for the unlocked version of that when it becomes available (and ditch my #MotoFAIL Atrix 2 ICS POS)???
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    I do have a question, where'd you get your manicure?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Phil, Do you know if the Snapdragon S4 Pro is the dual-core or quad-core?
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    Default Re: I have a Nexus 4, you have questions. Fire away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Nickinson View Post
    I dunno. I'm coming over to your house to test. Why do people always ask that as if signals are the same everywhere? That's not to say there can't be blanket issues (see Verizon GNex), but that's not exactly something you can quantify from a single usage case. Gonna wait till they go on sale for that to pop up.
    I think he was asking if you had any reception issues with your carrier vs other phones with the same carrier. IE: does the Nexus 4 get better reception where you are sitting right now at this very moment vs. a different phone you were using right there in that very same spot.

    I get extremely poor reception in my building at work, whereas other people also on Tmobile get great signal. At first I thought it was a Samsung thing, but one of them has a Galaxy Nexus, whereas I have the Tmobile S2. I've concluded that it's the phone construction and/or the radio chip being used. It's good info to have if you've got anything to share on your experience with it so far.

    Quote Originally Posted by marty331 View Post
    Phil, Do you know if the Snapdragon S4 Pro is the dual-core or quad-core?
    Google has already confirmed it's the quad-core version of the S4 Pro.
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