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On this, the most exhausting shopping day of the year, we have another reason to celebrate. Due to the inherent LTE-based lineage of the Nexus 4, it was discovered that the device is compatible with Canada’s LTE networks by making a few tweaks to the device settings.

http://mobilesyrup.com/2012/11/23/how-to-enable-lte-on-the-nexus-4-with-rogers-telus-or-bell-video/

now the only thing holding back the nexus is the limited storage thumb.gif
phone of the year chances are looking good =]

not sure about how the american LTE networks differ from Canadian ones, but try it out anyway
Edited by Indilinx - 11/23/12 at 8:02pm
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Different Source but basically the same thing.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1330220/the-verge-nexus-4-works-with-lte-after-simple-tweak

Also Nexus 4 right now lacks the benchmarking numbers scoring much lower then Optimus G.
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the lack of performance from the nexus compared with the optimus G is strange to me.
they both have the same CPU, GPU, and RAM; theoretically the Nexus should perform better given that its OS is less cluttered.
so why is it that the nexus is always falling behind?
not enough software optimization?
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the lack of performance from the nexus compared with the optimus G is strange to me.
they both have the same CPU, GPU, and RAM; theoretically the Nexus should perform better given that its OS is less cluttered.
so why is it that the nexus is always falling behind?
not enough software optimization?

I have no idea. With it hardware and latest OS it should be #1 Phone out there yet it falls right behind much slower GS3.
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post #5 of 8
Until Google does something to improve the benchmarking scores, I will be keeping my GS3.
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You don't buy a Nexus for hardware or benchmarks. You buy one for the software and updates. It's always been that way. I'm on T-Mobile and I can't wait until they roll out their LTE on AWS bands. But where I live in Northern California the HSPA+ does fly.
Edited by Jacer200 - 11/23/12 at 9:35pm
 
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I have no idea. With it hardware and latest OS it should be #1 Phone out there yet it falls right behind much slower GS3.

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the lack of performance from the nexus compared with the optimus G is strange to me.
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so why is it that the nexus is always falling behind?
not enough software optimization?

I remember reading a review where someone said they thought the phone was throttling it thermally, causing performance to take a hit. So while the phone would perform great, when the phone would start to heat up, thermal throttling would kick in. I guess it's time to wait and see how everyone's personal experience goes.
 
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Yeah, I also heard about the thermal throttling. When some custom kernels come out, we should see some great benchmark results.
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