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@chadmd23 @MdXMaxX Yeah, because developers hate removable storage...
1 year, 1 month ago on Matias Duarte, Google's Head Of Android User Experience Explains The Lack Of SD Cards In Nexus Devices
Awesome... Verizon drops the ball so Google punishes them AND their customers.. =/
1 year, 1 month ago on [RUMOR] LG Nexus 4 Will Cost $399 From Play Store - Arriving October 29th, GSM-Only
@don215 Well, some people use it for more than social media and video... But yeah, most people don't really need 4G. Hell, I rarely have it enabled on my phone!
1 year, 6 months ago on What is 4G, Exactly? [Video]
Ok video overall, for those out there who know nothing. You give some questionable information, both in the video and on your YouTube comments, though... I'm not so sure that the only reason we don't have quad core LTE phones here in the US is because of battery concerns. Everything I've heard points to a lack of quad core chipsets that are compatible with LTE in the U.S. (they're coming, though). Also, people are asking you stuff like "why is it called 4G LTE and not just 4G" and you are responding with "LTE is the name of Verizon's own network". That isn't accurate at all. Both Sprint and AT&T have LTE networks (well, Sprint will soon) and AT&T even has "LTE" displayed on one of their 4G logos. LTE is the name of the technology itself, not Verizon's network. It's more of a thing with Verizon using the term more prominently in their marketing than others.