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I don't care about SD card either, I hardly even use 3 GB. Hmm, no mass storage mode. Does that mean I can't edit my phones file directly from my PC? iTunes and applications alike I don't care as long as I can copy, paste, delete, and edit files directly to the phone using my PC.

Nope, you can still edit files directly using your PC so you should be good smile.gif
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If budget permits, go for the Nexus 4. Else you can get the GNex without any problem smile.gif
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Mmm, Nexus 4 is out of stock everywhere. I could ask my brother who lives in the US to send me one but I don't know when they're going to restock.
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