This really echoes my thoughts on iPhone. If you want a simple but high end experience and don't care about changing things or tinkering, it's perfect.
If you like to customise, hack, change, and upgrade stuff, you have to go Android.
This is great. Had a little play around with making it fill height, add borders etc but it seems to work best as yours is above: White background, centred and no border.
Still a little hit and miss but works with a little patience
Impressive specs for an IP67 rating. I'd be very interested to see what the underwater image quality is like.
Might recommend this to a friend who has dropped no less than 3 phones down the toilet or in the sink.
This seems a strange move. It seems a big driver, especially for the teen market, towards Blackberry devices. I can understand them wanting iOS on board as iPhones are an expensive device and less likely to compete in that space but with Android spanning everything from high end to budget, this could wind up losing them the teen market.
Had the 10.1 nightlies on my Nexus 4 from day 1. Thanks to CyanDelta I can even crack flash every day when not in WiFi range!
It's been totally stable for me for months. Apart from a very occasional bluetooth issue I've not had any problems at all. The PIE integration, extended desktop, status bar tweaks etc make this the best ROM by far. Glad it's going RC.
Have to say, I was an ardent fan of SwiftKey until I got the Nexus 4 but have found the 4.2 keyboard to be pretty nice to use. I've downloaded the beta of this and so far it does seem to be the best of both; Lovely swiping action but with much better corrections and suggestions.
They need to do what they can to push Google+ to be honest. It's very good but just lacks the general uptake so this could work from two angles. It'll hopefully reduce the inane and/or hateful reviews and also increase usage of G+