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By sith78, Senior Member on 5th January 2013, 04:25 PM
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Anyone manage to get the difference between rev10 and rev11?

It is fixing any issue like the speaker buzzing or screen sensibility?


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5th January 2013, 05:17 PM |#2  
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The new revision feels like a whole new phone honestly. The UI is so much smoother and battery life 2 hours screen on better. I don't think we'll see any more huge improvements after this.
5th January 2013, 05:24 PM |#3  
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The new revision feels like a whole new phone honestly. The UI is so much smoother and battery life 2 hours screen on better. I don't think we'll see any more huge improvements after this.

are you being serious?
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5th January 2013, 05:29 PM |#4  
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Rev 11 here.
Mine has a Buzzing speaker, touchscreen insensitivity, a little clouding on top of the screen, and rattling.

Though, from what I've heard, Rev 11 has a different PCB than Rev 10
5th January 2013, 05:36 PM |#5  
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Rev11 here (212k) Very very quiet buzzing on earpiece, hardly noticeable, Screen shows no significant signs of "yellowing", squeaky volume rocker, I would agree with the above comment, they probably changed the way they made them so they could make more in a certain time frame, although that's just my own theory.
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I don't know what revision mine is but I got it on Dec 31 and its perfect.
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I don't know what revision mine is but I got it on Dec 31 and its perfect.

You can find out in bootloader mode.
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i have a rev 10 with a nominal cpu no screen yellowing, barely noticeable light bleed, a tiny bit of ear peace buzzing, the normal rattling and a very nice, bright screen. i didnt think it was worth it to RMA because of the buzzing or light bleed, and i wouldnt want to risk having a dimmer yellower screen. are the differences even near what the guy at the top said about the rev 11 being faster and having 2 hours more of screen on time? the battery on my rev 10 has been ok but screen on times have been around 2-3 hours max with only getting like 6 hours total, but it usually makes it through a whole day with like 30% with 1 hours screen on time
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i have a rev 10 with a nominal cpu no screen yellowing, barely noticeable light bleed, a tiny bit of ear peace buzzing, the normal rattling and a very nice, bright screen. i didnt think it was worth it to RMA because of the buzzing or light bleed, and i wouldnt want to risk having a dimmer yellower screen. are the differences even near what the guy at the top said about the rev 11 being faster and having 2 hours more of screen on time?

Most likely sarcasm. Way too exaggerated
5th January 2013, 06:56 PM |#10  
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Rev11. Mine is perfect.

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Most likely sarcasm. Way too exaggerated

Absolutely not. I have had 14 different Nexus 4s and am preparing to order a few more. I STRUGGLED to see 4 hours screen on with the rev 10 and usually never made it. The UI was fine but I saw choppiness every so often, especially on Tapatalk. With rev 11 I honestly see about 5 1/2 to 6 hours screen on and Web browsers, tapatalk, etc are much smoother. I have tapatalk set to load 30 posts per page and can load a page and scroll from top to bottom without a single chop, impossible on the rev 10. The improvement is humongous. I'll take a screen shot of my next screen on at the end of the charge.

Now I see why many said they would wait a few months to purchase. This is now a hell of a phone (well was before too) and I can't possibly think of a reason to ever upgrade other than finding a thinner phone with stronger vibrate.

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Also, do not worry about the light bleed unless it's severe. It will gradually dissipate over time which will leave you very happy in the end.

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