In a time of custom user interfaces, carrier bloatware, and delayed updates, the fragmented world cried out for a pure Android experience phone. It was
Xena Nexus that was born to save the day, and the latest iteration of the handset family, the Nexus 4, is better than ever.
The Nexus 4 shares the DNA of LG’s latest flagship device, the LG Optimus G, already making it a force to be reckoned with. Couple this with a tweaked design to resemble the Nexus family and stock Android 4.2, and we have the best Nexus to date. But how does the best Nexus to date compete with the rest of the Android devices shipping today?
Is the LG Nexus 4 the right phone for you? Read on to find out!