I would think since 4.2 adds new features and is just more than a minor update that Samsung would update the phones they are responsible for updating but who knows. Guess we just wait and see. 4.2 hasn't even officially been released yet.
LOL@this thread getting activated again. So true. And I agree. I'm actually thinking of giving BB another try with their BB10 devices. I'll have to look at reviews once released first though. In regards to the 4.2 I just called it that as in the reviews of the Nexis 4 they are calling it that instead of 4.1.2. Speaking of phones the LG Optimus G looks pretty nice. Not sure about owning an LG from what people say but it looks like a nice phone. Their icons just look a bit cheap to me. And finally I hope sprint gets the update and I hope they continue to support updates on the gnex going forward or until I get another device.
There is a version 4.1.2 out which was just minor bug fixes and performance improvements. 4.2 that is being released with the Nexus 4 is different and add some enhancements to notifications and the camera.
Yeah I'm hoping we get that update. I like the notification enhancements and the sphere on the camera. I got the Google Now search update from the play store and like that u have different voice commands. Who knows maybe I'll keep my nexus for a bit cuz it is one of the devices that has up to date software right now and that's a good thing.
Well, for me my battery life just continued to get worse and worse. A hard reset helped, but didn't fully resolve it. I got tired of having to monitor the battery usage so I used an upgrade to move to the Note 2.
Nice!! You don't think the note 2 is too big for everyday use though? On a separate note, has anyone else noticed when u tell Google now to set an alarm that it says its setting the alarm but unless u tap the icon it doesn't automatically set the alarm for u anymore or is that just an issue I'm having?
The Note 2 fits in my front pocket pretty much the same as my Nexus did. Its thin and lightweight for its size, so that helps. My phone stays in a lockbox during the day for the most part, while at work. The Nexus's battery just couldn't handle the weak radio reception very well.
I haven't used the alarm much on my phone, so I'll have to try that out and see what happens. Got a four day weekend coming up to play around a bit.