Originally Posted by Sicily1918
It's very nice! I've left it stock for the moment, but I'm really missing the simple yet effective customization in CyanogenMod (Torch, quiet time, and battery meter, to name three) so I don't know how long I'll last.
The only thing I'm not terribly happy about, coming from AMOLED displays, is that the IPS colors seem downright anemic. It's more than making it up to me in 1280x768 smoothness, though
This is my first Nexus phone but second Nexus device (I have a 2012 N7).
I can really recommend franco kernel as far as kernels go. It improves battery life immensely. (going from 3h30 screen on time to 6h-kind of improvement). It definitely made my nexus 4 go from a great device to an amazing one.
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