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LG Nexus 4 vs Galaxy S3: Let’s Settle This Now, Best Phone Is…

Friday, December 28th, 2012

LG Nexus 4 vs Galaxy S3: Let’s Settle This Now, Best Phone Is…
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The LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S3 have been going head to head since the pure Google phone was released over a month ago. With both Android phones boasting crystal clear displays, amazingly fast processors, solid cameras and Android Jelly Bean, they seem evenly matched.

LG Nexus 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

Of course the LG Nexus 4 has Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean which includes new features like Photosphere, Gesture Typing, new lockscreen widgets and a smoother interface. However the Samsung Galaxy S3 isn’t neccessarily handicapped as its TouchWiz Nature UX brings its own bag of tricks via S-features e.g. Smart Stay, Share Shot, Buddy Share, S-Beam and more.

Personally I would recommend the LG Nexus 4 over the Samsung Galaxy S3 if you don’t need these two specific features – LTE and more than 16GB of storage. Taking these two out of the factor, the LG Nexus 4 with its better design, faster software updates and slightly more powerful hardware stands in front. Of course that is just my opinion so to settle this once and for all, the folks over at AndroidAuthority ran a survey.

At the time of this story, the survey found that 59% percent the LG Nexus 4 (3…………… continues on Auto-o-Mobile

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Google Already Working on LG Nexus 4 Successor?
News from International Business Times AU:

Reports said that search engine giant Google is already working on the successor of the popular LG Nexus 4.

Google has been releasing Nexus smartphones and tablets over the years. Since it was launched, the Nexus line has included handsets from HTC, Samsung, and LG. However, it seems Google may be using the recently-acquired Motorola for its next phone.

Wall Street Journal quoted unnamed sources that a new device is on its way from Google-owned Motorola. These people say Motorola engineers are hard at work on a “sophisticated” handset codenamed ‘X phone.’

However, it is still unsure whether the device will be a Nexus-brand phone; but reports claimed that it will definitely not be a Droid handset.

Though features were not detailed by The Wall Street Journal’s sources, Motorola’s Dennis Woodside apparently wants a team that will do something that differs from current approaches. Woodside says he’s investing in the team and technology necessary to do just that.

Apparently, the smartphone is due…………… continues on International Business Times AU

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LG Escape 4G lets you out the door for $50

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

LG Escape 4G lets you out the door for $ 50
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There’s a growing number of 4G phones out there, but many will cost you more than $ 100. Monday, AT&T Monday introduced a budget contender that’s $ 50 (with a two-year contract); it’s LG’s Escape, with a 4.3-inch display.

The phone will be out Sept. 16, and some might find it comparable in the economy league to Samsung’s Galaxy Stellar, introduced recently by Verizon Wireless.

The LG Escape is designed to work best on AT&T’s speediest fourth-generation, or 4G, LTE network and the carrier’s upgraded 3G network known as HSPA+. The phone comes with 4GB of memory (you can add up to 32 GB with a microSD card), a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, a 5-megapixel auto-focus camera, and a ”qHD” IPS display that will give users “enhanced image clarity with true-to-life color rendering,” AT&T says.

The phone has another feature of interest: it’s enabled with a Near-Field Communication chip, which lets users pay for some items by transmitting small amounts of data, such as credit card numbers, over very short distances. 

The Escape uses Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, and not…………… continues on NBCNews.com

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LG Intuition Hands-On: LG Goes After the Galaxy Note
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People want bigger smartphones. 4.7-inches is cool, but let’s go bigger. Enter Galaxy Note/Note II. And now, for Verizon, comes the LG Intuition, which is obviously aimed at taking some of the attention off of Samsung’s immensely popular beast-phone.

Here’s the thing: Bigger devices obviously afford much more space to get work done. Email, Web browsing, texting, etc., all that is easier thanks to the amount of screen real estate. The Intuition is no different, though it’s a bit off an oddball thanks to its 5-inch screen with widened 4:3 aspect ratio. It takes some getting used to, and our initial impressions were that it was a bit cumbersome and awkward; one-handed use is pretty difficult because of how wide it is.

There’s a positive, of course, in the form of a roomy on-screen keyboard, which makes typing a breeze. There are trade-offs with this device, and we’re anxious to get a further hands-on with the Intuition to see if it truly can compete with the Note.

We really like the Intuition, at least its screen size, but I think it is far underpowered compared to the Galaxy Note II, which should launch soon with a quad core processor,  a larger 5.5 inch display and Samsung’s signature S Pen. The Intuition is a good holdover, and we will hold our full judgement for the full review, but our first impression is that this is too little…………… continues on TechnoBuffalo

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