If there is one particular piece of hardware that looks set to roll out in the days to come, it would most probably be the Nexus 5, which would be a collaboration between the folks over at Google as well as LG. Well, that might be the successor to the Nexus 4, but does that mean the outgoing flagship will be no more? Apparently not, as there is some new evidence which has surfaced which hints that the awesome twosome might actually be working on a plan to give the Nexus 4 a new lease of life.
What do we mean by this? Well, it seems that there is a brand new filing over at the Bluetooth SIG which has revealed a listing for the LG E960 smartphone – aka the Nexus 4. Apparently, this particular device has gained certification with LTE support onboard on the sly, and it also happens to carry a similar model number with the original handset that picked up Bluetooth 4.0 certification earlier in 2013. This alone would suggest that the LTE chip which has remained dormant within the Nexus 4 all this while could actually be put to use at long last. Assuming this particular rumor to be true, would you hold off your upgrade to the Nexus 5?
|Key Specs||Google Nexus 4|
|Processor/Soc Name||Snapdragon, 4-core, 1.5 GHz|
|Street Price (Approx)||~ $299|
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|Max. Total Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Battery Capacity (mAh)||2100 mAh|
|Complete product data||Google Nexus 4 Full specs and details|