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Nexus 4 needs to come to AT&T ASAP!
Buy the phone unlocked: 8GB $299, 16GB $349. Should work on 4G HSPA+ for AT&T, no LTE though.

On T-Mobile 2 year Nexus 4 is $199, pay $100 more and you get it unlocked. No point in tying down a $100 discount just for two-year contract in my opinion.
post #12 of 254
Hmm, no removable battery or expandable memory. It's kind of like that one phone that everyone here loves to hate, the iPhone.
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Buy the phone unlocked: 8GB $299, 16GB $349. Should work on 4G HSPA+ for AT&T, no LTE though.
On T-Mobile 2 year Nexus 4 is $199, pay $100 more and you get it unlocked. No point in tying down a $100 discount just for two-year contract in my opinion.

Yeah, I agree with you. I might get the 8GB version.
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Hmm, no removable battery or expandable memory. It's kind of like that one phone that everyone here loves to hate, the iPhone.
Holy crap what happened? I mean I also don't like iOS but this is a major killer for me.

If it has good battery life I can deal with no battery (iPhones in MY experience don't) but SD is a must. No ifs, no buts.
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Yeah, I agree with you. I might get the 8GB version.
8GB isn't a bad choice at all if you just plan on it using it as a phone and not a day-to-day entertainment system tongue.gif But storage is limited (people will come and QQ about lack of sdcard blah blah blah)

Wish they offered a 16GB variant and learned from their previous Nexus 7 8GB/16GB combo variant that was eventually replaced by Nexus 7 16GB/32GB (at the same prices)
post #16 of 254
Looking at getting this as a replacement for my Sensation XE, waiting for updates on old phones is pointless.

I've never had a problem with batteries and I don't need the storage space as I don't keep alot of media on my phone so this is perfect. Just gonna wait for a few reviews before diving in.
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No thanks. Maybe next time. Give me a $199 Nexus, with toned down specs and a beefed up battery, please.
 
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Question !!

someone in USA....please can you check the price of the Galaxy Nexus in the Play Store ?? I cant from my country

I want to know if they cut the price of the phones with the arrive of the Nexus 4
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Wish they offered a 16GB variant...

If you're talking about the Nexus 4, it does come in a 16GB flavor for $350 unlocked.

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No thanks. Maybe next time. Give me a $199 Nexus, with toned down specs and a beefed up battery, please.

$199 is a lot to ask for an unlocked flagship phone, seeing how most of them are $500-$600.

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Question !!
someone in USA....please can you check the price of the Galaxy Nexus in the Play Store ?? I cant from my country
I want to know if they cut the price of the phones with the arrive of the Nexus 4

It's not in the Play Store anymore.
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Wish they offered a 16GB variant...

If you're talking about the Nexus 4, it does come in a 16GB flavor for $350 unlocked.

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No thanks. Maybe next time. Give me a $199 Nexus, with toned down specs and a beefed up battery, please.

$199 is a lot to ask for an unlocked flagship phone, seeing how most of them are $500-$600.
The nexus is by no definition a flagship.

That's like calling the Razr i a flagship.
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