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$399 Nexus 10!!

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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 was $349 but now its not on the play store.
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The nexus is by no definition a flagship.
Nexus device is actually a flagship device. Android 4.2 was designed and tested on the Nexus 4, 10 and other variants.

flag·ship/ˈflagˌSHip/
Noun:
The ship in a fleet that carries the commanding admiral.
The best or most important thing owned or produced by a particular organization.
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post #23 of 254
frown.gif damn

thanks
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The nexus is by no definition a flagship.
That's like calling the Razr i a flagship.

Considering its the newest Nexus running the newest version of pure Android, I'd say yes, it is in fact a "Flagship" phone.
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post #25 of 254
No LTE, No Verizon, No SD card slot, No removable battery...

I know it's cheap, but no thanks.
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Originally Posted by 3930K View Post

The nexus is by no definition a flagship.
That's like calling the Razr i a flagship.

Considering its the newest Nexus running the newest version of pure Android, I'd say yes, it is in fact a "Flagship" phone.
The RAZR i is the latest phone from Motorola. It's running 4.0.4.

Difference much?
post #27 of 254
I like my replaceable battery and memory card slot, thanks. smile.gif
post #28 of 254
The Nexus 4 has quad core krait at 1.5ghz and adreno 320 which makes it king of the hill in terms of cpu and gpu for smartphones.
post #29 of 254
Users accounts and beaming video/pics to your TV will be awesome new features. Can't wait for 4.2
post #30 of 254
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As for the people talking about the lack of LTE,
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Unfortunately for Google, the Nexus 4's most defining technological feature — at least for the moment — may be more about what it doesn't have than what it does. That is, it lacks LTE, which here in the US makes it a step behind other phones in its class. How can this be a rival to the iPhone 5 when it's using last generation's networks? It's a complicated issue which Rubin was eager to talk about.

"We certainly have a desire to offer devices on every carrier on the planet," he told me. "The tactical issue is GSM vs. LTE. A lot of the networks that have deployed LTE haven't scaled completely yet — they're hybrid networks. They'll do their old thing and they'll do LTE, which means the devices need both radios built into them."
http://www.theverge.com/2012/10/29/3570034/inside-android-building-the-nexus-4-nexus-10-android-4-2 Pretty interesting article to read.
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