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A LG Nexus? I really really hope this isn't true. Next we'll be hearing about Hauwei making it after LG is done ruining it.
post #22 of 79
No. Please no.
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A LG Nexus? I really really hope this isn't true. Next we'll be hearing about Hauwei making it after LG is done ruining it.
If people read my post accordingly, there are multiple manufacturers working on their own Nexus device. So there will not be only ONE Nexus device but multiple ones,
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New Nexus Program

Rumor: As previously reported, any manufacturer can produce a Nexus device or a Nexus version of an existing device. They work closely with Google on the hardware and driver details (there is a more efficient solution for this in 5.0), but Google is responsible for the updates (don’t know how the carriers factor in). The phones don’t necessarily have to have “Nexus” as part of their name, it works more like a certificate like “HD Ready”.

The devices have to fulfill some basic requirements. The phone has to ship with a stock version of Android, it needs to have the hardware power to run all “Nexus Games”, and they have to support Google Wallet, aka have NFC.

There are two carrots on a stick that probably make the Nexus brand a huge selling point. Google Play gets expanded with a media streaming service component and there will be games that only work on Nexus devices. The streaming service uses the secure memory, making it harder to pirate the content. No word of the type or source of the media, but it seems to be a big deal.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313214/a-m-android-4-2-to-feature-project-roadrunner-new-play-store-customization-center-enhanced-google-now
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If people read my post accordingly, there are multiple manufacturers working on their own Nexus device. So there will not be only ONE Nexus device but multiple ones,

Thats good news, especially since I heard about the 5 inch HTPC 1080p nexus thats being rumored.
    
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Honestly this phone liek the GNEX before to me were kinda garbage. Only Verizon got 32GB of space, but for GSM and international users there was only 16GB, that's pathetic. And they plan to continue this trend? Come on google get your head outtta your ass, not everyone wants to or has the capacity to use cloud storage 24/7, I mean christ the iPhone has 64 gb, why can't you at least put 32 in the international version of all nexus phones
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Honestly this phone liek the GNEX before to me were kinda garbage. Only Verizon got 32GB of space, but for GSM and international users there was only 16GB, that's pathetic. And they plan to continue this trend? Come on google get your head outtta your ass, not everyone wants to or has the capacity to use cloud storage 24/7, I mean christ the iPhone has 64 gb, why can't you at least put 32 in the international version of all nexus phones
As harsh as that sounds, I completely agree. If they're going to take away microSD expansions then at least give us 32GB to start with. Giving their consumers 16GB off the bat where the CDMA version gets 32GB is pretty pathetic. The pricing to have profit in the end shouldn't be that bad when putting 16GB vs 32GB.

Google actually was going to give us 32GB GSM but then it was canceled for a unspecified reason and it never went through.
I can't use cloud because I live in New York City and most of the times, I'm underground so I don't always get service. So I do want my music library to be on my phone but instead I use a media player to carry with me (not really necessary but its what I've been used to so I sticked with it -- would be lovely to have it in all in one device without sacrificing too much storage space AND battery life)
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as long as theres 32GB (and a optional 64GB version present) then microSD becomes irrelevant.

I disagree, manufacturers tend to charge €100 more per increase in the amount of storage, while 32 GB Class 10 microSD cards can be had for under €30 nowadays.
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No micro SD and no S4 pro?
I'll pass.

Same here...
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I disagree, manufacturers tend to charge €100 more per increase in the amount of storage, while 32 GB Class 10 microSD cards can be had for under €30 nowadays.
Nexus 7 8GB: $199
Nexus 7 16GB: $249
Samsung Galaxy S3 16GB (TMo) $279
Samsung Galaxy S3 32GB (TMo) $329
Apple iPhone 5 8GB: $199
Apple iPhone 5 16GB: $299
.... microSD slots can interfere with the design of a phone.
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Nexus 7 8GB: $199
Nexus 7 16GB: $249
Samsung Galaxy S3 16GB (TMo) $279
Samsung Galaxy S3 32GB (TMo) $329
Apple iPhone 5 8GB: $199
Apple iPhone 5 16GB: $299
.... microSD slots can interfere with the design of a phone.

The iPhone 5 only comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64G varieties.


Anyway, 8GB and 16GB options are really weak for a Nexus class device. We'll see what exactly they do, though.
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