oKFv0VguBccThe LG Nexus 4 Has Everything it Takes to Run My Web Business Remotely September 10, 2013 views: 17953 Champ Alreja, Founder and Managing Director of online gadget shop HitPlay.in, was and continues to be an Android fan. Before buying the LG Nexus 4, he had three other choices – the HTC One, Sony Experia Z and the Samsung Galaxy S4, all of which run on Android Jellybean 4.2.2 just like the Nexus 4. But there were two main reasons that drew Champ to the Nexus 4 – the fact that it was made by LG and that the Nexus 4 runs Stock Android or Vanilla Android. This means the phone runs Android as designed by Google without any layers of changes made by LG or Motorola or HTC to the original OS. In short it has no bloat ware. When he brought the phone home, Champ was “floored” by the extent of integration Jellybean offers, right from pulling in all contacts, important dates, information and apps from the cloud. It also allows him flawless multitasking and customization that make running his business remotely easier than ever before, as he elaborates in the video. Compared to the price of its competitors – the HTC One, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Sony Experia Z – all of which cost Rs. 32,000 and above, the Nexus 4 is priced at Rs. 25,999, and yet, says Champ, offers a far better experience.