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    Hehe, this phone mostly caters the android "enthusiasts"

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    na lalis na ang mga android fans

    i want to buy GN4 but i already got HTC J Butterfly bayot kaayo ug name

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    How will you fill those up? Basically if mp3 files, d nimo mahurot paminaw same goes with movies, d nimo mahurot tanaw kay mag lobatt na ka. You'll fill it up with apps? Tapos you won't be accessing it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vern View Post
    That doesn't really make sense. If you don't have anything on your phone, why do you need so much storage? Flexibility is awesome, but flexibility that you don't use might as well not exist. Pictures can be moved out. Videos can be moved out. Anyone who cares about their media is not going to store it on the phone long term. I understand why someone would not pick a Nexus 4 because it doesn't have expandable storage, but if the reason is you might use it someday ... then that isn't really a valid reason. People these days know how much storage they are going to use. This isn't the first smartphone rodeo for most people.
    I wasn't speaking for myself. I was speaking for what other people may experience being stuck with a phone for the entire contract.

    Again, having storage flexibility is BETTER than not having one at all. I don't understand why you keep pushing your opinion that having limited storage capacity is such a great idea. There's a reason why some people make storage capacity a big deal, and the reason to me, seems logical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinoy_09 View Post
    I wasn't speaking for myself. I was speaking for what other people may experience being stuck with a phone for the entire contract.

    Again, having storage flexibility is BETTER than not having one at all. I don't understand why you keep pushing your opinion that having limited storage capacity is such a great idea. There's a reason why some people make storage capacity a big deal, and the reason to me, seems logical.
    First off, the phone doesn't come with a contract. Secondly, I am not pushing anything but the fact that if what you need is at least 32GB of expandable storage, then this phone isn't for you. That however doesn't really take away that the phone is a great phone. Other phones that are on par? S3? Note 2? ... they are one of the last holdovers with expandable storage. The trend is to not have expandable storage at all. iPhones never had it. The high end Windows phones such as the Lumia 920 or the Windows Phone 8x don't have it. New top of the line Android phones don't have it such as the Droid DNA or the One X+. The writing is on the wall ... storage is not a big deal since people aren't storing anything for long on their phone. This is not opinion, this is what phone makers see and this is what they are doing.

    Like I said, if you are still one of the holdovers that carry their media library around, then this phone isn't for you. Unfortunately if you are one of those people, your choices are increasingly becoming limited. If you are uncomfortable with other people's opinion as obvious as the trends may be, then perhaps the Internet isn't for you as well. That to me is logical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonvik View Post
    na lalis na ang mga android fans

    i want to buy GN4 but i already got HTC J Butterfly bayot kaayo ug name
    WHoa...butterfly j is out already? Yah, the name is kinda gay but the specs on that phone is a monster!!!!
    I'll stay away from the pillow fight because arguing on the internet is not logical...peace!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vern View Post
    First off, the phone doesn't come with a contract. Secondly, I am not pushing anything but the fact that if what you need is at least 32GB of expandable storage, then this phone isn't for you. That however doesn't really take away that the phone is a great phone. Other phones that are on par? S3? Note 2? ... they are one of the last holdovers with expandable storage. The trend is to not have expandable storage at all. iPhones never had it. The high end Windows phones such as the Lumia 920 or the Windows Phone 8x don't have it. New top of the line Android phones don't have it such as the Droid DNA or the One X+. The writing is on the wall ... storage is not a big deal since people aren't storing anything for long on their phone. This is not opinion, this is what phone makers see and this is what they are doing.

    Like I said, if you are still one of the holdovers that carry their media library around, then this phone isn't for you. Unfortunately if you are one of those people, your choices are increasingly becoming limited. If you are uncomfortable with other people's opinion as obvious as the trends may be, then perhaps the Internet isn't for you as well. That to me is logical.
    Not saying Nexus 4 is a bad phone; not saying it's great either. It has its shortcomings, just like any Android phones.

    Your phone preference is different than mine, so we'll just agree to disagree on this one.
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    Hi mga Nexus 4 users! Ask lng ko kung pila jd ka hours mostly mag dugay inyong device? Kanang unrooted ha. Pila ka hours ang screen time if mag browse ra sa net? Unsa jd katinuod nga below average ra daw ang iyang battery life? Hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by yami_sogen View Post
    Hi mga Nexus 4 users! Ask lng ko kung pila jd ka hours mostly mag dugay inyong device? Kanang unrooted ha. Pila ka hours ang screen time if mag browse ra sa net? Unsa jd katinuod nga below average ra daw ang iyang battery life? Hehehe
    I find that screen time varies. The only thing one can really do is turn off network/signal factors and drain the battery. If I'm somewhere with great signal, my phone doesn't have to keep searching for the network and transferring from 3G to HSPA to HSPA+, I can last till the end of the night.

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    just got my Gnex4 last January 4 at Aerophone.. any tips and tricks guys sa mga swito ani? please do share thanks!

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