ryuns wrote:Specs aren't as good--slower, less RAM, Android 4.0 instead of 4.3, no front-facing camera. You do save $80 and get expandable memory.
I'd have a hard time not waiting for the next google phone although the next one is likely to have a bigger form factor, which is not a trend I'm a fan of. By the way, I didn't see anything to indicate that the ZTE could run 4g or LTE, which would be a deal breaker for most domestic smart phone use, but I can't confirm that's the case.
I read that as well, but to me the expandable memory would more than make up for that. I wouldn't likely use the dual
Still I decided not to buy it, just because there is so little online about it, and I wonder why...makes me suspicious.I trust the Google phone much more because of all the positive hype I have read.
I will wait for the Google trade meeting May 15-17 where it is heavily rumored they may release a 32gb version of the Nexus 4. I would suspect it will sell for around $399 given their price scheme. If I can't get a high quality used iPhone 4, 4s or 5 at a very good price I will buy the largest Nexus 4 I can.
"Not to decide is to decide".