Android 4.2 is still called Jelly Bean

With the official announcement of Google’s Nexus 4 Android handset, we’re sure that there are many Android fans out there who are eager to get their hands on Google’s latest and arguably most powerful Nexus handset to date, which also comes with an untouched version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean that we’re sure some users can appreciate. That being said, it looks like for Nexus 4 hopefuls in the UK, it has been reported that UK carrier, O2, will be getting an exclusive on the handset which means that come next month, subscribers of O2’s network can expect to be able to get their hands on it. This is despite the Carphone Warehouse prematurely listing the device as available for pre-order, which also revealed Vodafone as a possible carrier in the process. Obviously that has changed, although we’re not sure how long this exclusivity will last. O2 has also confirmed to Pocket-lint that LG will be giving away free 100 LG TVs to the first 100 customers that buy the handset, although to be fair given the specs alone, a free TV is just icing on the cake.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Nexus 4 and O2.

1280x768 IPS LCD
318 PPI
~$115 - Amazon
8 MP
139 g
2100 mAh
No Wireless Charg.
Launched in
Snapdragon + None
Storage (GB)
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