LG Nexus 4: A Specifications Review
| by Roydon Cerejo
Storage – Limited to 8GB or 16GB
The biggest drawback of the Nexus 4 – and by that, all Nexus devices – is the lack of expandable memory. We understand that these handsets are primarily aimed at developers, but would it really kill Google to make a microSD slot compulsory? The Nexus 4 maxes out at 16GB, which is just about enough for the average user, but if you’re going to be shooting a lot of 1080p videos, then you might find yourself running out of space pretty quickly.
Bluetooth – v4.0 with A2DP
Bluetooth is on par with all the other high-end handsets in the market, so you should be good for the next few years.
NFC – Yes
NFC seems like it’s going to only get bigger next year and like the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus before it, the Nexus 4 also supports it. This also enables you to use the Android Beam feature for sharing content between two Nexus devices.
Video-out – MHL
While we would have liked to see HDMI, MHL is still good enough. Honestly, I don’t think this is a very big deal since most people would just use DLNA to stream stuff onto their TV.
Primary Camera – 8MP BSI sensor
The new BSI sensor is a huge improvement over the previous Nexus device, but it’s still no match for some of the bigwigs like the Lumia 920. Still, for the price, it’s much better than having a non-BSI sensor. We’ve tested the camera against its predecessor and the results speak for themselves. You can have a look at the results right here in our camera showdown with the Galaxy Nexus.
Huge improvement thanks to the BSI sensor
Glass back for a more premium feel
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