- Lg nexus 4 – any reasons not to?
Do it!.Posted 6 years ago
I bought mine back in early December when my old phones contract was due. I’m now on a sim only deal with orange for £10.50 with the same minutes/data/texts as my old £35 a month contract.
its the fastest phone out there. its slick and very very very nice.
I worked out that if you pay £35 a month on a 2 year contract yet get the same data/texts and minutes as a £10.50 a month contract the rest was going to pay for the phone. which over a 24 month period is…. a total of £588! consider thatBimblerMember
Writing this from mine, things I don’t like, lowish storage, camera not as good as much of the competition (but still the best I’ve had), no proper led notification. Other than that it’s great, altogether in a different league to my old Desire, for the price it’s a steal, amortising the cost of the phone over two years I’ve got unlimited everything for £20ish a month.Posted 6 years agoBearBackMember
No 4g and no SD? Shame, I like LGs
LTE enable’able in software apparently
No SD.. neither’s an iphone, you can always stream or connect a thumb drive with otg cable if you’re really stuck or work in the clouds 😉
As above, decent contractless phone.. mine shipped yesterday – with a Nexus 7 to keep it company in transit 😉
My wife’s turns off when she charges it……that’s a reason, also drops network a lot ……….that’s also a reason. Other than that mint!
My Optimus 2x did that until I sent it back for repair.. was very unimpressed by LG at that point.. been more that fine since I had it fixed.Posted 6 years agopetefromearthMember
Mine’s nice. The phone itself is uber fast and jelly bean Android is very slick compared to my last phone (gingerbread).
Size wise I was worried I might find it too bulky, but actually it’s just about OK because it’s quite thin
I got mine on a contract during the “nexus drought”, and the deal I ended up with is about the same total cost as buying it and going sim only. Check out one of the bargain basement phone websites and try getting your network to match it – worked for me.
There’s a few annoying things of course, such as Google now, which is not quite clever enough to be useful yet (although it’s spooky what it already knows about you!) but it often pops up when you don’t want it to
All in all I’m pretty happy with minePosted 6 years ago
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