Yes a very comprehensive review. Thanks. And yes, I think I will be buying it from google play on the 13th....
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Dumb question: Am I right in assuming the Nexus 4 takes a standard SIM card, not a microSIM?
It takes a micro sim.
And now I've got to try to persuade Orange to swap my SIM for a microSIM - and they used to try to stiff you for £10 per month extra for the privilege...
Micro. Though if you have a standard sim, they're easily trimmed, which is what i did when i got my One X
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And if your not sure about using scissors, then you can always get one of these gadgets.
I have the motor coordination skills of a yak! I could well end up with two half sims
I might just see if I can persuade orange to change my sim... Before I get the clippers out.
Posting from my rubbish old Desire right now, so providing links is faffage, but there are templates available online you can d/load and print out, tape it to your sim and take a pair of sharp scissors to it... Job done.
I was determined to go for the iphone 5 but having read these reviews it's just too good and too cheap not to go for. Running costs are pennies compared to every rival, especially if you use quidco for a 12 month only sim from voda.
Nexus 4 16GB at £290 Vodafone £20.50 12 month sim only contract.900 mins1Gb dataUnlimited txtAnnual Cost £246Quidco cashbach £120Annual cost reduced to £126 Total 12 month running cost of £416 or £34.67 per month, plus you have a Nexus 4 to sell or keep at the end of 12 months. If you decide to keep the N4 for another year, move to giff gaff and save even more.
Nexus 4 16GB at £290
Vodafone £20.50 12 month sim only contract.
Annual Cost £246
Quidco cashbach £120
Annual cost reduced to £126
Total 12 month running cost of £416 or £34.67 per month, plus you have a Nexus 4 to sell or keep at the end of 12 months.
If you decide to keep the N4 for another year, move to giff gaff and save even more.
Edited to reformat. First post was mighty confusing.
Well that was easy!
Phoned up Orange Business, said I was on a SIM only plan and was getting a new phone that needed a microSIM. The woman from Orange asked which one, I said a Nexus 4. They couldn't find this in their system (I wasn't that surprised as it's a direct sale phone) and she said "No matter, it'll take the same microSIM as an iPhone 4, I'll order you one of those. Do you have a data plan?" I said I had a 1GB plan (which I want to keep!) and after she found I was happy with that and didn't go over it she said my new SIM should be with me in 3-4 days.
Looks like it is good.
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Really impressed. Feels better quality than the One X it's replaced, and makes the missus SGS III look and feel like a kiddies toy.
Just been streaming Tron Legacy (1080i recording) and the screen is superb, it doesn't have the 'pop' of One X, but would say the colours are more natural looking.
Being vanilla Android, it feels far slicker to use than the One X.
Used to be a big fan of Sense, but from ICS onwards (and since getting the 7 and now 4) vanilla Android had really improved and there's no need for OEM bloat, custom launchers and ROMs...
Sounds good, people have starting selling them on eBay looking to make a quick buck!
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