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If you have T-Mobile get the Nexus. NOT the LG Optimus G. YES the specs are the same and you can convert it to a Nexus 4 with SD card support. BUT there is no support for 1700MHZ and meaning you will ONLY get edge on T-Mobile. (Currently trying to trade my Optimus for a Nexus) But the Nexus is a very nice and fast phone. Well worth the 380 New they ask for it on Google Play.

A good Windows Phone is from Nokia I bet.

Heh, I'll be going after Nexus 5 once my contract expired, lol.
I was just asking the best Android and Windows phone currently tongue.gif

I forgot to mention, Nexus 4 support 16GB memory rather 32GB like on most phones does which is a major downfall for me to get.
I mean, my Sidekick 4G is currently using 32GB memory, so i can't transfer my SD card to Nexus 4 or maybe 5 if they don't support 32GB or more.
If they still don't, I might as well grab S4 or HTC one or something like that.
     
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Heh, I'll be going after Nexus 5 once my contract expired, lol.
I was just asking the best Android and Windows phone currently tongue.gif

I forgot to mention, Nexus 4 support 16GB memory rather 32GB like on most phones does which is a major downfall for me to get.
I mean, my Sidekick 4G is currently using 32GB memory, so i can't transfer my SD card to Nexus 4 or maybe 5 if they don't support 32GB or more.
If they still don't, I might as well grab S4 or HTC one or something like that.
The 16GB of memory on the Nexus 4 is a downfall but remember you have Google Play Music so you can store all your music on the cloud, the only space I use up on my Nexus is for apps.
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16gb is not a downfall, i have 32gb of space on my gnex, i'm using 4gb of that, lol. streaming is so much easier. purchase on play store, play it instantly.
 
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The 16GB of memory on the Nexus 4 is a downfall but remember you have Google Play Music so you can store all your music on the cloud, the only space I use up on my Nexus is for apps.

Oooh, I didn't know about Google Play Musics.
So, wait, I can transport songs from my PC to the using the USB port without using the Windows Media Player, right?
Now, it save me a lot of trouble to trying to find a phone with 64GB space since I have 8.5 GB left over out of 32GB xD
Don't ask me why, lol.
     
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Oooh, I didn't know about Google Play Musics.
So, wait, I can transport songs from my PC to the using the USB port without using the Windows Media Player, right?
Now, it save me a lot of trouble to trying to find a phone with 64GB space since I have 8.5 GB left over out of 32GB xD
Don't ask me why, lol.
Yup, the Google Play Music program automatically uploads any music you put into your Music folder so you can then listen or download it from your Nexus.
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Yup, the Google Play Music program automatically uploads any music you put into your Music folder so you can then listen or download it from your Nexus.

Do I need to remove the musics in my Media Player on my phone?
To get rid of the huge clumps of musics that I won't be using anymore or keep it?
     
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Google will never allow support for SD cards. Real shame I know. I am currently using a nice 64GB on my Optimus about 80GB's of pure Movies, apps, and Music. Switching to a Nexus will limit me dramatically but it's better then to have to sit here with damn edge. If you are looking to Purchase a nice phone that will last you a long time go for 4Cores, 2GB's and Nothing with AMOLED at all. S4 is a good choice, I would not really go with HTC (Had the One S, One X, Sensation, and HTC Evo 4G as well as 3D) and they take forever to update anything. They still never updated the EVO's 3D camera for Other rom's use. Samsung is a Decent choice maybe the Apple of the Android Market but still Android.
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Google will never allow support for SD cards. Real shame I know. I am currently using a nice 64GB on my Optimus about 80GB's of pure Movies, apps, and Music. Switching to a Nexus will limit me dramatically but it's better then to have to sit here with damn edge. If you are looking to Purchase a nice phone that will last you a long time go for 4Cores, 2GB's and Nothing with AMOLED at all. S4 is a good choice, I would not really go with HTC (Had the One S, One X, Sensation, and HTC Evo 4G as well as 3D) and they take forever to update anything. They still never updated the EVO's 3D camera for Other rom's use. Samsung is a Decent choice maybe the Apple of the Android Market but still Android.

True, but Nexus 5 might change.
I mean better camera quality and battery life not to mention better specs?
Hopefully, they make the SD slot better.
     
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SD is partially owned by Microsoft. One of the reasons they don't use any type of SD card support is because they will never support Microsoft. I remember reading this not my words but there's. They vowed that the Nexus Phones will never have SD Card support. I really wish they would implement it, but it's highly unlikely.
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Ill just put my 2 cents on each OS u listed plus Ubuntu

iOS: No real customization without rooting. Pretty limited in terms of everything but their build quality is probably better than most phones out there (this is an opinion). I know there was a debate a little while back on Samsung's industrial design and whether it was poor or good. Its plastic. Its pretty durable plastic, but still plastic, which in my opinion makes it feel cheap even tho its not. Its still a great piece of hardware in every respect. Just look at the S III and the S IV. Great hardware inside but plastic. If you look at Apple Devices though, they seem a lot more sturdy. This is also my opinion but Apple really cant compete with Android without a bigger screen and better hardware. At the same time, you dont need to get outrageously large like the Note 2 (that wudnt even fit in my pocket and i dont have any other secure place to put it). Apple devices also look better in my opinion (except for the HTC One which is carved out of a single block of aluminum). No real multitasking either. Its more keep in cache for later to open up faster or something, i dunno. I REALLY dont like iOS 6 ( i mean come on apple, keeping the same look for the past few years? kinda lame to me).

Android: Immense customization without rooting. 10x more with rooting. You could go to play store, downlaod every customization app, spend an eternity customizing and still never be finished. Android devices also have ridiculously large screens and superb, top of the line hardware (S IV and Snapdagon 600/ Exynos 5 anyone?). Except for HTC and Motorola though, other phones just feel kinda cheap (like i said before). Thats not to say Android devices have poor durability though. It just more or less comes down to luck. OS is superb although it does slow down after a while (cant really explain this part). I keep my HTC Incredible S (launched 2011) fresh by flashing custom ROMs every 2 weeks or so and then restoring my data from my previous flash. Helps keep it fast and smooth. Gingerbread was pretty good, it was very slimmed down in comparison to Ice Cream Sandwich and Jellybean. Android had made great strides with 4.1 Jellybean and it only got better with 4.2. Unfortunately only Nexus 4, Gnexus, rooted (MAYBE, depends on user), and S IV run 4.2. It is slow to receive OTA updates because Manufacturers first slap on their own custom UIs and then the carrier has to agree to release it (if u dont get it then i put an example: HTC release ICS 4.0.4 Sense 3.6 for my device a little while back but Bell refused to pass the OTA update to its users so we got stuck with Gingerbread 2.3.3). Android offers TRUE multitasking. No real simple way to explain this either but it works similar to windows. U open this, minimize it, open another thing, then continue where u left off with App 1. Android is a number 1 software FOR NOW. It really depends on how well Ubuntu goes.

Windows phone 8: Not much to say here. From my understanding, its pretty rock solid and reliable. Good for business users. Got live tiles which i like quite a bit biggrin.gif I dont study Windows Phone to be honest tongue.gif

Ubuntu Phone: ah the most interesting OS of them all. Its currently one of the newest and i remember a first post saying its not realy competitor to Android. Id have to disagree with that because Ubuntu look like a solid OS. its just in its developer preview stages. Basically not much works right now but they have the core functions working (network, calls, SMS, the like). Its official release dats is supposed to be December or something late this year. When it gets ported to my device, ill hop on and see for myself biggrin.gif
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True, but Nexus 5 might change.
I mean better camera quality and battery life not to mention better specs?
Hopefully, they make the SD slot better.

Nexus 5 is rumoured to have ltos of things
http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2013/04/01/nexus-5-envisioning-from-dream-team-all-customizable/
i really hope this is true smile.gif a co-operative group of companies. I really dont like LG's designs...


Hehe sorry for my LONG explanation of my opinion on the different OS tongue.gif
    
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