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post #11 of 79
I'll pass unless there is a 32GB version.
post #12 of 79
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http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57526808-94/google-lg-to-unveil-nexus-phone-at-the-end-of-the-month/
more details later this month for official announcement.
post #13 of 79
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No micro SD and no S4 pro?
I'll pass.

It's probably a S4 Pro (APQ8064) unless it's a S4 Prime (MPQ8064).

I doubt they would use a S4 Play (MSM8625Q, MSM8225Q) on a Nexus flagship. Especially since the S4 Play only support up to 720p.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_(system_on_chip)#Snapdragon_S4

Doubt it. It's probably a Prime. Remember it is a relatively inexpensive off contract device.
post #14 of 79
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This just in,
CNET confirms the "rumor"
http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57526808-94/google-lg-to-unveil-nexus-phone-at-the-end-of-the-month/

So there will be other manufacturers as well: Samsung, Motorola, HTC.. I'll probably pass on the LG one and take a look at the other ones, definitely a nice approach coming from Google to allow multiple manufacturers create the Nexus brand of phones.
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Doubt it. It's probably a Prime. Remember it is a relatively inexpensive off contract device.
I think you're talking nonsense... The S4 Prime platform is aimed at smart TV and home theater applications.
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post #16 of 79
Guess I'll pass on this and hope that this rumored update to Google's Nexus line of devices will allow for one with a microSD slot.
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Guess I'll pass on this and hope that this rumored update to Google's Nexus line of devices will allow for one with a microSD slot.
Like I said before, don't put your bets that there will be a microSD slot. Nexus devices don't have microSD slots since Nexus One. If it has a microSD then okay, but as long as theres 32GB (and a optional 64GB version present) then microSD becomes irrelevant.
post #18 of 79
1. No SD card is going to be hard to make me switch to a nexus
2. How can this be a nexus if it has LG bloat shoved up it? (according to the promo video).
3. Non-removable battery is gross

I'm liking my SG3 but would be willing to replace it with a nexus since it looks like Google is going for a really really competitive price. However I'd need at least a removable battery though. I wonder what the other manufacturers will look like.
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1. No SD card is going to be hard to make me switch to a nexus
2. How can this be a nexus if it has LG bloat shoved up it? (according to the promo video).
3. Non-removable battery is gross
I'm liking my SG3 but would be willing to replace it with a nexus since it looks like Google is going for a really really competitive price. However I'd need at least a removable battery though. I wonder what the other manufacturers will look like.
The promo video is a video for the LG Optimus G. I included it to demonstrate LG's "next level battery."

Not the Nexus version. The Nexus version is not officially announced; hence, it is in the "rumors and unconfirmed articles."
We all know that there is a LG Nexus device coming (as well as a Samsung/HTC/Motorola one -- possibly)
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Is this the phone that was rumored to have wireless charging ? Also the non removable battery is disappointing, I love swapping out batteries and being right back at 100%.
    
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