Yea folks. Why? As reported earlier in our website , the nexus 4 for supposed to launch on November 30. But there’s been no news so far about the launch , so expect a certain delay of the launch by at least a month or two. So most probably a Month or two. So the question is should you wait for it? My answer would certainly be YES. Here’s why and I will be explaining this on terms of one reason and that is Android Fragmentation.
Android fragmentation is a problem that Android phones are suffering ever since it launched.Like for example if I take two phones. One from Google like the Galaxy Nexus and the other from lets say from Motorola the Droid Razr. Both these phones launched at the same time in late 2011. But if you see the official firmware they run on, The Galaxy Nexus runs on the latest Jellybean 4.1.2 (4.2 will be there in a few days) while the Razr runs on Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 ( It took 8 months to get it).
So the difference is clear. If you buy a device from Google you are guaranteed to get the latest software and If you buy other devices from Samsung HTC Motorola Sony etc. you have to wait and wait to get it and sometimes the device never ends up getting the upgrade.
Yea there are many advantages of those devices like Samsung which has many touchwiz features like the recently famous feature of multi-window which is not even a stock android features. And yea LG as a mobile brand hasn’t been doing well before the launch of Nexus 4 and there is that mentality people have that because its from LG the phone won’t be that good , but trust me or Androidnova this is a phone from Google and LG so you are getting the best of the best when you are getting this device.
We also heard some of the drawbacks of this device and that is the lack of 4G LTE support but being an Indian consumer that’s something which you should least worry about as in India 3G is still developing stages.
So the bottom line is wait for the device to launch in India.The hardware in it is just supreme and with the latest software updates it will only get better.
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