Google Nexus 4 launch in India Delayed. You Might Have To Waitby admin February 21, 2013 0 comments
The latest creation from Google was scheduled to launch in India in February 2013. However, the launch has been delayed. According to a few reliable sources, the actual reason behind the delay is the debate between LG and Google over the price factor. Well, no matter what the reason is, the truth is, you will have to wait for a while. Many speculate that the handset will be available by February 28. If that’s true, you obviously have a good reason to cheer. Here is a quick look at the features.
- 4.7 inch HD IPS Plus capacitive touchscreen
- Android 4.2 Operating System
- Quad-Core 1.5 GHz processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 8 MP primary camera, 1.3 MP secondary camera
- Li-Po 2100 mAh battery
- 8 and 16 GB of internal storage
Interestingly, the phone houses a powerful Quad-Core 1.5 GHz processor and an impressive 2 GB RAM which is probably the best a smartphone can offer, and don’t forget, that’s a lot more than what the Samsung Galaxy SIII offers. The Google Nexus 4 comes preloaded with the latest operating system – the Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) bundled with some really cool features. The 8 GB model will cost you around Rs. 25000, while the 16 GB variant comes with a price tag of Rs. 35000 (approx). So, finally a budget smartphone that promises to offer you a lot more than what you expect at a highly competitive price.
In terms of looks, the phone may not sport an out-of-the-world design, but surely deserves a huge amount of your appreciation. The massive 4.7 inch screen is much bolder and brighter offering the best viewing angles. The front is constructed out of a single glass piece that neatly stretches across the edges. The glass curves at the edges truly add up to its appeal. Another amazing feature is the Photo Sphere camera software that lets you take a 360 degree picture which can be viewed as a single panorama image. You can also use the build-in editing tool to add filters and tweaks to the image.
The Google Nexus 4 lacks a 4G support. But, that obviously shouldn’t be a disappointment. Why? Simply, because the 4G network is not available in all cities. Moreover, the service can go a bit hard on your pocket.
With all being said, it won’t be wise to call it the best budget Android smartphone presently available. In fact, it is the best Android smartphone ever built? At least that’s what the features convey. So, if that’s making you fall in love with the gadget, book your handset online right away. But, don’t forget to compare prices at compareraja.in. A good comparison can surely save you a fortune.