Get a faulty S3 handset and a replacement screen & digitizer unit
Get a faulty S4 handset and a replacement screen & digitizer unit
Also what tools would I need etc and are there any good guides
£5.00 to £95.00 worse off compared to buying a brand new or refurb S4. :)
S4 w/ "cracked screen" - £289.99
Replacement Digitizer / LCD - £155.00
Arthur has already said
The FCC have confirmed some of the specs of the Nexus 5.
- 4.96" Display (4.7" on the N4)
- Snapdragon 800 SoC
- Android 4.4 "Kit Kat" (a.k.a Key Lime Pie)
- 802.11 ac WiFi
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Wireless Charging (Qi)
- 2,300 mAh Non-Removable Battery
- WxH: 68.2 x 131.9 x ??? mm (the Nexus 4 is 68.7 x 133.9 x 9.1 mm)
Sources: Engadget / Android Police
Also, if the Android device supports USB-OTG, you can use a standard USB flash drive with a suitable adapter (or a micro-USB flash drive like the ones shown below).
My phone arrived Friday. I'm waiting for the new sim card, but all essential apps plus most others installed. Loads of space left, battery lasting day, so loving it.
My only worry is what am I going to use as a hand warmer in the winter without my overheating Sensation?
I have 16gb onboard and 64gb sd card in my very old Galaxy S2Quote:
Don't think I could go to an android then as I need at least 32gb
Best thing with android is the choice of hardware types.
Still waiting for my micro sim, but on wireless, I'm loving the Nexus 4. The battery is lasting days as opposed to the Sensation.
On the Sensation, I think I have found the problem with its slow response. I found the Fastboot option was ticked.... unticked and fingers crossed.