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The Buzz Around the Nexus 4 Seems to Materialize in the Device’s Earpiece

The Google Nexus 4 is no doubt a great device and one of the best handsets of this year. The smartphone stand out every way you look at it. It features a great design, with Gorilla Glass 2 on the front and back, a powerful hardware configuration, with the Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chip and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. To top it all, the device is sold for only $299 or $349 of the Play Store for the 8 GB or 16 GB version.

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When you look at it, the LG manufactured Nexus 4 seems to be the perfect device. But like with all new devices, featuring firs seen new designs, there is most times one problem, threatening to ruin the experience. With the Nexus 4, there have been some accidents, causing the back of the phone to break, but that is not the main issue.

According to multiple blogs and sites, users have started complaining about the device’s earpiece malfunctioning. To be more precise, there seems to be a weird buzzing sound in the earpiece, causing frustration among the device owners. The cause for this problem is yet to be uncovered. It may be a faulty component or a software glitch that is affecting the handset. Multiple complains have been sent to Google and we are waiting for an official response from either them or LG, to see how the issue gets sorted.