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Jun 1, 2013, 5:26 PM
over in the "White Nexus 4 Available from T-Mobile Today" discussion:

google play 299 bucks

Get the nexus 4 from Google Play and put it on a promotional credit card that will let you pay it off over 12 months with no interest. Why in the hell would you pay 417 bucks for a 299 dollar phone?
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May 31, 2013, 1:22 PM
over in the "White Nexus 4 Available from T-Mobile Today" discussion:

Also available from Care

The white nexus 4 appears in my order form, so you can also order it from customer care.
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Jun 1, 2013, 11:27 AM
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Nov 9, 2012, 1:08 PM

Navigation Fail ?

Screenshot of the phone says it'll only take slightly less than 3.5 hours to fly from San Francisco to Taiwan. Distance from San Francisco to Taiwan is 6449 miles. I really doubt the plane is travelling 2000 Mph.
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Jan 17, 2013, 1:01 AM
over in the "T-Mobile Says Nexus 4 Now In Stock" discussion:

Editorial update

The Nexus 4 will *ONCE AGAIN* be available from T-Mobile's.
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Dec 7, 2012, 6:37 PM
over in the "Review: Google Nexus 4" discussion:

Big shock, another crummy LG.

I was not thrilled when I first heard that Google picked LG. Maybe they will go back to Samsung next year.
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Dec 9, 2012, 4:04 PM
over in the "Review: Google Nexus 4" discussion:

To the people who wondered how the Unlocked iPhone 5 Justified the price premium

Welp, there you go.

I'm shocked battery life is that bad considering this thing lacks LTE.
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Dec 9, 2012, 7:14 PM
over in the "Review: Google Nexus 4" discussion:

BIG SURPRISE! LG (another EPIC Disappointment)

LG has been an imitator more than an innovator. They are so sad that they are rarely ever named in Apple's notorious lawsuits (and we KNOW just how SHY Apple is when it comes to naming defendants, don't we).

Not to mention, LG's Corporate culture is kind of jerky and arrogant without any real reason to support it. If I was a public corporate figure for LG, I would be humble and listen to my customers (like Apple in their early years).

For example, they (LG Executives) regularly frequent a small country club here in Central Florida.They are arrogant and aloof. To the point where other member's level of service suffer when they are in town. It's gotten to the point that even though I have had a membership there for years I will pay to...

Nov 28, 2012, 3:48 PM

So to be clear...

This will work on AT&T HSDPA+ bands?
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Nov 26, 2012, 4:12 PM
over in the "LG Says LTE on Nexus 4 Due to Combo-Chip from Qualcomm" discussion:

...except it does

The N4 supports LTE on AWS, regardless of what LG says. Of course, the only carrier that has both a GSM/HSPA network and (future) LTE in AWS in the US is T-Mobile. But the phone will connect at LTE speeds in that band.

I guess the big question is whether the phone can receive dual spatial streams (2 receive antennas on at once), since technically you need that to be up to spec on LTE. So far, results are inconclusive as to whether this is the case. If not, LG is selling a phone that isn't compliant with the LTE standard, even though it will connect to towers just fine (albeit at half the download speed of a normal LTE device). However my bet is that the DC-HSPA+ capabilities built into the N4 are enough to allow diverse receive on LTE, so...

Nov 12, 2012, 7:20 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Google Nexus 4" discussion:

4.1/4.2 nomenclature

Forgive my ignorance, but what is the difference between 4.1 and 4.2, and why are they called the same thing? Before I read this article, I didn't even know of 4.2, and I thought that it would be called Key Lime Pie (or something beginning with 'k'). When did this all play out?

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Nov 7, 2012, 5:49 PM
over in the "No Wi-Fi Calling in T-Mobile's Nexus 4" discussion:

Why the fuss now?

I remember watching T-mobile buy up UMA technology for years. And then when T-mobile introduced this feature nearly a decade ago, I thought it would revolutionize the entire cellphone industry and finally give T-mobile a competitive advantage. But T-mobile did very little with the technology and failed to market it very well. And today most people still don't know what it is.

Nov 2, 2012, 10:48 AM
over in the "No Wi-Fi Calling in T-Mobile's Nexus 4" discussion:

And of course T-Mobile can't just let us CHOOSE which apps to install

Either you get bloated with a bunch of BS T-Mobile apps nobody wants, or you get nothing.
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Oct 30, 2012, 1:14 PM
over in the "Android 4.2 Jelly Beans Adds New Features" discussion:

Not mention features

You forgot to mention that this device has multiple lockscreens that supports widgets. The posted url is a video about the making of the nexus line and android 4.2.

http://youtu.be/66-4uMQqerA »
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