Saturday, November 10, 2012

Nexus 4 - The Pure Android Experience


Apple should be afraid, very afraid. Following on from the success stories Samsung's champion phones - Galaxy S2, S3 and Galaxy Note 2, here is a blockbuster directly from Google - for this low price, it's an spectacular deal.

http://www.google.co.uk/nexus/4/index.html

5 comments:

Wind TV said...

Yeah, Nexus 4 is a great device... If you can live without a microSD slot.

Anonymous said...

This message was sponsored by Apple Inc. Our products are overpriced, use obsolete technology and lack basic features, but they're shiny, so you'll buy them anyway.

Sunil Goswami said...

@WindTV - I don't like the lack of SD card slot, and Nexus 4 is not enough of an upgrade from S3 so I am not buying it. But for someone who can live without SD card and are buying their first smartphone, it's a good option.

@Anonymous - LOL...that is exactly what they say even if they don't say it so honestly.

Android is the best™ said...

Hi, Sunil. I'll post here what I think of your entire blog.
First of all, I agree that iPhone sucks. I have an iPhone 4S among other phones and it sucks big time, lacks basic features such as Bluetooth and shows nothing to make up for it. It's also way overpriced for what it can do, which is very little.
However, you must understand that not all Apple products are bad. Yes, the iPhone and Mac are arguably horrible products, but the new iPads are very good. They may not have the freedom of Android, but their performance (which is better than ANY Android tablet) and the unrivaled app ecosystem (with real high-res tablet apps that make good use of the screen estate) make up for that. Of course, I still value my freedom, so I have both an iPad 3 and a good, old Motorola XOOM (which I refuse to replace with a new tablet as I find it more cool than any other tablet on the market). Also, I think Samsung's new tablets are horrible and even more overpriced than most Apple products. Take the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 for example, it has an old dual-core processor, a low-resolution 1024x600 screen, a terrible design and it's still more expensive than a Google Nexus 7 which has a far superior quad-core CPU and a 1280x800 screen. Not to mention how laggy their TouchWiz UI is, and no, that's not Android's fault, it just has too much bloatware to run smoothly.
Overall, I like your blog, and I'd like to thank you for inspiring me to make a video on why iPhone sucks, which now has over 27000 views.

Android is the best™ said...

Hi, Sunil. I'll post here what I think of your entire blog.
First of all, I agree that iPhone sucks. I have an iPhone 4S among other phones and it sucks big time, lacks basic features such as Bluetooth and shows nothing to make up for it. It's also way overpriced for what it can do, which is very little.
However, you must understand that not all Apple products are bad. Yes, the iPhone and Mac are arguably horrible products, but the new iPads are very good. They may not have the freedom of Android, but their performance (which is better than ANY Android tablet) and the unrivaled app ecosystem (with real high-res tablet apps that make good use of the screen estate) make up for that. Of course, I still value my freedom, so I have both an iPad 3 and a good, old Motorola XOOM (which I refuse to replace with a new tablet as I find it more cool than any other tablet on the market). Also, I think Samsung's new tablets are horrible and even more overpriced than most Apple products. Take the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 for example, it has an old dual-core processor, a low-resolution 1024x600 screen, a terrible design and it's still more expensive than a Google Nexus 7 which has a far superior quad-core CPU and a 1280x800 screen. Not to mention how laggy their TouchWiz UI is, and no, that's not Android's fault, it just has too much bloatware to run smoothly.
Overall, I like your blog, and I'd like to thank you for inspiring me to make a video on why iPhone sucks, which now has over 27000 views.

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