Hey guys, I'm thinking about purchasing one for my Nexus 4! Is the watch good? Is the battery life good? Is it worth it?
Sent From My Nexus 4 (Pride and Joy)
I currently own Galaxy Nexus and I am planning to get a new one but i want a phone that has the following:
Good/Decent battery life (not like Galaxy nexus)
Decent video and sound quality (especially on speaker)
Fast, as in apps shouldn't take ages to load or phone must not take long to start
And good battery life even in the long run, so the phone must have a good battery life after like 2 years
I currently own a nexus 7 (2012) and am thinking of getting the 2013 refresh of the nexus 10. I had previously owned an iPad 2, but I kind of miss the size of the iPad. This is why I'm thinking of purchasing the next nexus 10 and get the best of both worlds (android+big screen) btw I'm still keeping my nexus 7 for reading.
I was thinking about putting my 1750 mAh battery back in my Galaxy Nexus since getting my nexus 7 because I use it more than my phone. How is the battery life for those with the normal battery that also use the Nexus 7 a lot.
I would love to get the nexus 6, but people are saying that it will have a 5.9" screen; that is way too big of a screen for me. Google also usually kills off the old Nexus device some time before releasing the new one, so is it worth buying the Nexus 5 now, or waiting to see if the Nexus 6 is any good, and is a good sized phone?
As everyone knows, the battery life on Nexus 4 is not good. So far, I've managed to get some decent battery life by turning off the 3G radio and using it only when needed. For example, when I'm at work or at home, I'm gonna be using Wi-Fi anyway, so I disable the 3G radio.
Whenever I turn on 3G, the battery drains like crazy (even with the display, wifi off).
I keep reading all these complaints about the Nexus 4- battery life, build quality, etc- and I'm wondering what I should do? I'm leaving VZW on Feb 10th, and I'm between the N4, the HOX+, and the GSIII. I love the idea of a Nexus device- prompt updates, no carrier bloatware, etc, but I need a decent battery life and good build quality.