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Pros: First in line for Android updates direct from Google.
No bloatware or carrier software
Hotspot for your Wifi devices doesn't need to be activated by your carrier (I'm on T-Mo, YMMV)
Very solid feeling phone, both sides are glass.
Doesn't flex like a el cheapo feeling plastic phone
Has an LTE receiver even though it is not sold or billed as having LTE (really only works on T-Mo US)
Cons: No expansion slot for additional storage capacity.
Glass isn't hard to scratch (I still prefer my phone with no screen protector and only a official bumper for protection - since the phone is so sexy)
Other Thoughts: This phone is the best phone I've owned thus far. I also own an S3 (for work) and have had an HTC One X, HTC Glacier and a BLU Studio 5.3. I also run Android on my KF. This phone just works without having to muddle with anything. Now, for a surprise. Since this phone is based on the LG Optimus G it actually does have a 4G (LTE) radio by way of 4 Band AWS LTE (T-Mobile US, check Wikipedia for more carriers)READ FULL REVIEW