Ever since the announcement of Google's very own flagship smartphone, Nexus 4 manufactured by LG, I told myself that I'm going to get one & I did. The high end phone with a low price point is a definite turn on , and I got mine from DiGi in February this year as they're the only Telco in Malaysia that offered this brilliant device at an attractive price, RM499 without any advance payment, but with a monthly subscription of RM148 & comes with a 3GB data plan. The price is only offered for those who have been a DiGi postpaid user for a year and above.
The more I use it, the more I'm falling in love with it, especially with its friendly features, like swype keypad, widgets, panorama & photo sphere. It was quite a tough time adapting to type with a virtual keyboard especially after using my BlackBerry for 2 years which have a physical one, but the swype feature definitely helps a lot. It's just so smooth & makes typing easier.
The panorama feature helps in taking panoramic pictures, be it a vibrant city or natural landscapes, and it can take 360-degree pictures, which means everything around you. Photo Sphere is also a cub feature to play with.
|Taken using Panorama feature when having dinner at Khunthai, Klang|
|Taken near my working place using Panorama feature|
Not forgetting the awesome Widgets feature, which gives easy access & shortcut to a certain settings or app without having to fumble through everything in the app menu.
|Love the widget to control Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Location, Screen Rotation & Brightness|
|Google Play Music Widget allows song playing and controlling without going into the app menu|
Of course I'm also a total sucker for its cool, slim & sleek appearance. Both front & back are covered with glass & the glossy surfaces give it a classy look. I especially love the back where some glittery dots are visible when turned to certain angles and exposed to lights.
Playing games is smooth, taking notes, messaging & staying connected with the world via social networks is a breeze. The only downside is there's no expandable memory, so I have to control from storing too much stuff or download extra apps.
Anyhow, I'm still a proud LG Google Nexus user & I'm using my Nexus 4 to update this post. Guess I'm gonna get a Nexus 7 by Asus in the future too.
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