I've never been a big fan of Android phones because I always felt a disconnect between the various phones from the various mobile providers.
When I first heard about the Nexus 4, I was intrigued. The phone would always be current with the latest Android operating system (unlike my Samsung Galaxy Tab), the user interface was improved, and it was fully integrated to the "Google" experience.
I was fortunate to get a hold of a Nexus 4 in late December when they were available for 2 hours from Google.
This is the first Android phone that I can say I "get" as a 5 year owner of the iPhone. In the past, the Android user interface made no sense to me. The icons and screens were confused and laid out in strange ways compared to my iPhone. Having used the Nexus 4 now for a few months, I feel that Google has made me a believer of the Android operating system.
The screen layout and touch interface works in a way that any touch screen user has come to expect which hasn't always been the case for Android phones. The screen size is excellent and crisp and the operating s