Google took a spontaneous decision and unveiled the products that were supposed to the debut at today’s postponed event, therefore we are finally able to see what LG Nexus 4, Samsung Nexus 10 and Android 4.2 have prepared for us this time.
We’ve already had a close look at LG Nexus 4 a couple of weeks ago, when a Belorussian website compiled a full review ahead of the official launch event. There were also a lot of leaks talking about LG Nexus 4, so you might not be surprised about what you are going to read. But let’s cut the chitchat and have a look at the brand new Google Phone.
Nexus 4 will come in to internal storage variants, one with 8 GB of memory, priced $299 and a 16 GB model with a price tag of $349. The terminal doesn’t come with microSD card support and it seems that it will initially debut in Great Britain, US, France, Spain, and Australia, the release date bein set for November 13th.
The new LG Nexus 4 is a HSPA+ pentaband smartphone, and it was mentioned that Google signed a partnership with T-Mobile, so the US-based carrier will highly promote the next-gen Google dev phone. Unfortunately the device doesn’t come with support for LTE networks, an aspect which otherwise would have been a major selling point for the Android 4.2-powered smartphone.
Through the recent rumors and leaked specifications which were confirmed today, many of you are probably aware of what’s hidden inside the highly-anticipated LG Nexus 7.
The new Google flagship smartphone is underpinned by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset based on four Krait cores clocked at 1.5 GHz, is running Android 4.2 out of the box and sports a 4.7-inch display with True HD IPS technology and a resolution of 1,280 x 768 pixels.
The list of technical specifications also includes 2 GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel camera on the back and a front-facing 1.3 megapixel sensor, while the body case hids a 2,100 mAh battery capable of keeping LG Nexus 4 awake through 15.3 hours of talk. The smartphone is 9.1 mm thick, it weighs in 139 grams and comes with wireless charging and NFC.
With all these being said all we can do now is sit here and wait until Nexus 4 hits the stores, get our hands on it and come up with some feedback. Until then, please share your opinions on LG Nexus 4 in the comments section below.