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Xperia Z VS Nexus 4: What is Your Pick? Part 2

Posted on the 28 January 2013 by Mathewtaylor @phones_contract
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Obviously, there are features that support both thingies beyond their screens, snappers, & lay outs. As with simply about each smart phone comparison, there are some major takeaways from the features match up here. Firstly, the Nexus 4 is restricted to either 8 GB or 16 GB of memory space as it does not sport a separate micro SD card slot. The Xperia Z arrives with 16 GB standard with a micro SD card slot.
Neither comes with a non removable battery, which implies that users searching for a tad additional juice are not going to be able to achive it with both the Nexus 4 and the Xperia Z.
And in the last, whilst the Nexus 4 flaunts on board wireless charging, which will be very useful the moment the Wireless Charging Orb comes, the Sony Xperia Z does not & will probably have to take benefit from third party widgets, if accessible, in order to do that.
Remember that the Xperia Z has a waterproof and dust proof body. However, the Nexus 4 lacks any such prowess.
A major aspect of 2012 Nexus smartphone is the operating system. For beginners, a Nexus forever arrives with a vanilla edition of Android, implying it is untouched by the hands of its producer. Therefore in this scenario, LG fingerprints cannot be discovered on the Nexus 4 operating system. It is a pure Google Experience.
On the other hand, the Xperia Z comes with the Jelly bean operating system, which is not the pure Google experience.

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