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    Nexus 4

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    I haven't spent much time in this part of the forum here, but thought I'd post about the new Nexus. Anyone thinking of getting this phone? I'm strongly considering dropping my regional carrier, getting the Nexus 4, and going with a MVNO.

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    Which MVNO? :-)

    You should find this article interesting in case you hadn't seen it.

    http://forums.pinstack.com/content/7..._4_review.html

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    Seeing lots of positive reviews through my Twitter feed today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerG View Post
    Which MVNO? :-)

    You should find this article interesting in case you hadn't seen it.

    http://forums.pinstack.com/content/7..._4_review.html
    I did see that article, thanks!

    Probably try out StraightTalk first, just because AT&T has better coverage where I work/commute than T-Mobile. If TMo steps up their game in the area, I would switch to them due to the faster speeds, and try out Solavei.

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    I'm ready to see some real reviews rather than just "first impressions" and such, but those should be coming soon.

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    As an owner of the current nexus I'm torn. The hardware looks great for the most part but I'm left wondering about the limited internal memory 8gb and the decision to omit lte.

    I do like owning a nexus. Being a tweaker having aosp is nice. Honestly its not a bad device. Just thinking those specs are going to be showing up in the S4 and other devices in the coming months with removable storage.

    I wouldn't have this device if sprint hadn't offered a 32gb version. I just don't believe that cloud storage is acceptable as a reliable solution with data caps. Here WiFi isn't always available.

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