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So, the Nexus 4's eight-megapixel front camera works very well, even if to these eyes it's not quite up to the performance of the Galaxy S III, iPhone 5 or latest batch of Lumias. Deliberately stripped-down in the main viewfinder, but with a neat long-press-then-drag control to access its more advanced features. Quick and snappy for, well, quick snaps. Google seems very keen on its new Photo Sphere feature too: a way of shooting panoramic photos where the viewer can look up and down as well as around.
It's a bit like Google's Street View scenes. It's very clever, but I'm not sure how many people will bother to use it versus slapping filters on pics and sharing them to social networks. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram apps will all continue to be the main social-photo funnels from this handset. The Nexus 4 is very good for videos too, shooting at p resolution with neat editing and easy uploading to YouTube if that's your bag, although again, third-party social apps will be the likely conduit for clips shared on social networks.
Finally, the front-facing 1. I wrote a decent chunk about the latest Android 4. Android has come an awfully long way since its first release, to the point where 4. As a more nerdy user, I'm enjoying Android's customisation options, particularly widgets running on your homescreens, and now on the lockscreen too if you desire. The expandable notifications system works well for keeping up with alerts while not feeling badgered by them.
Android 4. You can type by tracing your thumb across the letters of each word on the on-screen keyboard, rather than tapping them one-by-one. Teamed with a decent predictive engine, it makes for good touchscreen typing, although fans of third-party apps like SwiftKey will continue sticking to them.
An important point, too: the Nexus 4 will be getting speedy updates when new Android software is available, in contrast to the frustrating snail's pace at which operators and manufacturers roll these updates out on other Android devices. Google Now is another feature being touted by Google as a killer app for Android.
And we'll pay you the day we get it. Please tick here if you are happy to receive these messages. Get this deal: from ID Mobile. The screen is excellent though: a 4. If you see a better recycle deal within seven days of your order, we'll match that price. After months of waiting and anticipation, Google's new Nexus 4 phone is finally here. Nexus 4 comes with the latest version of Google Now to bring you just the right information at just the right time.
Which is fine: you can turn it off. It's an intriguing feature though, because it's trying to make your smartphone more useful in your day-to-day life, as opposed to something like Photo Sphere which feels more like a novelty tech-toy. Maps may be less of a killer differentiator for Android in since Google pulled out all the stops for its downloadable iPhone app, but finding your way is still a top-notch experience. The Nexus 4, like every Android smartphone, plays very nicely with Google's own services too: Gmail, Calendar, Google Drive and the rest.
Little touches, like the ability to swipe across to archive emails in your Gmail inbox, represent sensible improvements for experienced users in this regard. The Nexus 4 is a big beneficiary, with apps, music, e-books, digital magazines and films all now available through the Google Play store app.
Apple's iTunes Store is still better stocked for some of those categories, but there's still plenty of stuff to watch, read and listen to on the entertainment front. The Nexus series is famous for combining top-notch specs with competitive pricing and the Nexus 5x is no different.
More than just an impressive list of specs, it also debuts Android Marshmallow 6. The Nexus 5x boasts a metal frame alongside a smooth plastic back, combining premium aesthetics with an easy-to-hold design. At just 8mm thick you can enjoy the benefits of a large-screen device without succumbing to bulky pockets.
Equipped with stunning 5. Dual speakers have also been located to the front of the device, ensuring that high-quality audio is directed towards you, not away from you. LG have brought their own camera manufacturing expertise to the Nexus 5x, equipping their Google model with an impressive 13 megapixel lens with LG laser autofocus. Also on board is a dual LED flash to ensure that your snaps enjoy both vibrant and realistic colours.