US Steel sued by real estate firm
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is seeking the $31,800 commission it would have earned if U.S. Steel had accepted the top bidder's offer of $636,000, according to a lawsuit the real estate firm filed in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court on Oct. 16.
Guys, look at the first 2 minutes of this video:
Like all 5 inch 1080p devices, the Nexus 5 reports to the Android OS to be a 480PPI device while it is truly 440PPI. This actually means that the Android OS thinks these displays are physically smaller than they are, and UI elements on 5 inch phones are needlessly large (by UI guideline standards).
As a consequence, the actual screen real-estate available to apps (expressed in density independent pixels) is 640x360 compared to the Nexus 4's 640x 384. So the Nexus 4 has just as much vertical real-estate while having more horizontal real estate.
tl;dr: Because of the way Android works, the Nexus 4 can fit more stuff on its screen at once compared to all 5inch phones out there.
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