Nexus 4 Geek Squad expert review
The Nexus 4 is one serious piece of kit folks! LG and Google have teamed up to create a device which is running a quad core 1.5GHz processor,
backed up by 2GB of RAM- certainly more than enough for any smartphone user running any amount of games and apps.
I’m a massive fan of the Nexus series, Google always seem to raise the bar with each handset. The styling of the phone’s menus and screens is very slick
and smooth, while the design of the phone itself is pretty unique thanks to the glass covered, specially patterned back panel.
Running Android's latest 4.2.1 Jelly Bean software and being part of Google's own Nexus range means you’re guaranteed a great Android experience.
The awesome 4.7” touchscreen certainly doesn't disappoint in the quality stakes.
It’s an IPS (In-Plane Switching) LCD, similar to the iPhone,
and offers a very similar resolution too - 1280x768 pixels and 320ppi, compared to the 4” iPhone 5's 326ppi, there's not a huge amount in it.
To top it off it’s also made from Gorilla Glass 2, meaning the odd bump for the handset doesn’t spell disaster for you smartphone's screen.
Overall this is an amazing device and right at the top of the Android tree with the Samsungs and Sonys of this world. If you’re in the market for a top end Android device, look no further.