- Mr. X
02-09-2012, 01:02 PM #101
- 13,013 Posts
- T of beer please!
The extended battery adds about 1mm to the back of the phone, seriously, it's like no difference physically. It does add a little weight though, feels more solid to me with the extended battery in it. You may still be able to get the extended battery at a 50% discount ($25) as well.A little obsessive...
02-09-2012, 02:48 PM #102
- 11,555 Posts
Last edited by avt123; 02-09-2012 at 02:52 PM.
- CrackBerry Abuser
02-16-2012, 09:18 AM #104
- 350 Posts
i just had a brand new- in the retail box as would be purchased in-store Nexus Asurion replacement sent (for the $100 deductible) as my estranged wife took (stole) my original Nex.
i really dont care about the phone- as the replacement is brand new (and i now have additional headphones, charger, battery, etc) but the pictures of our children are what pisses me off.
either way- i momentarily pondered trading it for a NIB iP4S just to have something different, but LTE is just too fast for me to pass it off. granted, the iP4S is a nice device, but the Nexus design, OS and screen size are awesome.
- CrackBerry Genius
02-21-2012, 02:13 PM #105
- 1,783 Posts
I've had my GN for about 6 weeks, don't get LTE where I live. I was in Tucson over the weekend with LTE. I was cool with Vzn 3G browsing, but LTE is amazing/blazing fast. Web pages show up in a second, it's way faster than WiFi. I was impressed, and I didn't think I would be.Samsung Galaxy Nexus, iPad2 and iMac. Former BB 8100 and 8900 owner.