LG Nexus 4

Good Buy for Everyone
Key Features:
Nexus 4
8 GB
16 GB
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Do people like it?
The majority of people had positive reviews and opinions about this product.
0 User Reviews
0 out of 5
6 Expert Reviews
3.94 out of 5
Good Value?
This product is selling below its average price and is a good bang for your buck.
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Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS • 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Quad-Core 1.5GHz Processor • 4.7" Gorilla Glass 2 Display • 1280x768 resolution • HSPA+ • Wi-Fi • Bluetooth • 8GB/16GB Built-in Storage • 139 grams • 5.27 x 2.70 x 0.36"
Based on the facts above, Retrevo rates it:
Good Buy for Everyone
User Reviews from the Web
4.65 out of 5
from 20 reviews
"Flagship phone that accomplishes what it sets out to" by EddieDec
Great phone with the latest hardware and software. Best thing is it is affordable without a two-year contract. This allows you to use a service comparable to the big four, but at a monthly cost that is significantly lower. I am going to enjoy using this phone on a carrier like simple mobile...
4.4 out of 5
from 25 reviews
Reviewed by bradreiter (currently owns)
After a week of use, I have no hesitation in recommending this phone. I disagree with the rhetoric that this phone needs LTE to be revolutionary. It is a top of the line android phone for $300 off contract. It is straight from Google and it is unlocked allowing you...
4.6 out of 5
from 24 reviews
Reviewed by revotto
After being off contract with T-Mobile with a Play Store purchased Galaxy Nexus, I took the offer of a fully subsidized phone and my grandfathered Loyalty plan and I'm glad I did. The Nexus 4 is a sleeper. More of a AMG tuned Mercedes than say the Galaxy S III's Lancer Evo. It has modest...
Expert Reviews from the Web
3.5 out of 5
November 2, 2012
LG Nexus 4 review: Elegant smartphone with a huge flaw
The good: The competitively priced LG Nexus 4 delivers a pure and polished experience with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, it's powered by a snappy quad-core processor, and it's packed with new photo-editing and camera features. The bad: The Nexus 4's construction is solid but uninspiring, its...
4.15 out of 5
November 2, 2012
Nexus 4 review
Getting the Nexus 4 for review was something of a treat for me. I've been anticipating the arrival of a follow-up (and upgrade) from the company's previous flagship device — the Galaxy Nexus — for a handful of very specific reasons. In fact, I've held off on moving to other, excellent devices with expectations of this mystery phone in mind. While I have been largely pleased with using the Samsung-produced Nexus, there are some irksome qualities to the handset (a poor camera, weak display, and lack of LTE for AT&T) that have made me eager to switch.
3.5 out of 5
November 2, 2012
Google Nexus 4 review
In January 2010, Google announced the Nexus One – it was a phone designed to push the manufacturers of phones that used its Android operating system to go further and faster towards devices that would rival those produced by Apple. Nearly three years later we’re on to the Nexus 4. Made by LG, it’s a perfectly good device. But if...
3.5 out of 5
November 2, 2012
Google Nexus 4 Review
The Nexus line of products has always been defined by a lofty mission: deliver the latest version of the Android operating system without any carrier or manufacturer intervention along with cutting-edge specs. The Nexus 4, made by LG, continues this tradition with (most) of the latest and...
4.5 out of 5
November 2, 2012
Google Nexus 4 Review
Android has a new champion. The Nexus 4, built by LG in collaboration with Google, is the best overall Android handset currently available, and it’s one of the best phones to be released this year. It’s a truly exemplary piece of hardware that...
4.5 out of 5
November 6, 2012
Google Nexus 4 Review
Google's Nexus (ten points to anyone who can tell us if Nexi is the correct plural) smartphones have always set the standard when it comes to a pure Google experience. The first Nexus One was a true geek device. Sold only through Google directly (apart from a brief flirtation...