The Galaxy Nexus was first introduced with just one color option that was similar to Henry Ford’s Model T – it came in just black. Of course, it took a fair number of months before a white version of the Galaxy Nexus was revealed to exist, but somehow or rather, that version never quite made it to US shores. LG could have taken a look at the Nexus’ past and decided to do things differently instead, by working on a white as well as black color version of the upcoming smartphone.


What you see above is a screen capture of a computer system from Carphone Warehouse, and this is the very same company that put up the Nexus 4 webpage for just a while (no idea on whether that was just on purpose to stir the hornet’s nest or by accident). Since Carphone Warehouse is a UK retailer, there are no promises that the white version of the Nexus 4 will arrive Stateside, but one can always hope, can’t we? Would you be happy with a white version of the Nexus 4, or is black good enough for you?

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  • 318 PPI
8 MP
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2100 mAh
    2GB RAM
    • Snapdragon
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    ~$115 - Amazon
    139 g
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    Storage (GB)
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