White LG Nexus 4 announced

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Today, the South Korean giant announced a white version
of the Android device. Contrary to the previously leaked
reports, the white Nexus 4 won’t be running on the
forthcoming Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and instead sports the
exact same features and specifications as the present
Nexus 4.

To remind you of the specifications, the Nexus 4 flaunts a
4.7-inch WXGA HD (1280×768 pixels) display and is
powered by a 1.5GHz quad- core Snapdragon S4 pro
processor, Adreno 320 GPU and 2GB of RAM. Other
features included on the phone are an 8-megapixel rear
camera with LED flash, 1.3-megapixel camera at the front,
16GB of internal memory, support for wireless charging
and a 2,100mAH battery. On the software front, as we
mentioned above, the device runs on Android 4.2 Jelly
Bean.

Though it said that it would initially launch in Hong Kong
on May 29, followed by other countries, online retailers in
India are now already offering the device. Flipkart has a
listing which says that the device will be shipped within
6-8 days.

HTC One Google addition rumors

The rumors of the new HTC One Google addition coming after a Google  addition of Samsung Galaxy S4.

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Rumors are also saying that the HTC One with stock Android 4.2.2 will be launch within two weeks. The HTC One Google addition will be with stock Android on the other side the HTC has sold 5 million HTC One with SENSE 5.1 UI.we are not sure thet  Google addition of HTC One will be capable to use function such as BOOMSOUND AND ULTRAPIXEL CAMERA. My personal view I will definitely choose HTC One over the galaxy s4 stock.

Google X With Android 5.0.1 Shows Up From AnTuTu Benchmarks

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As per the leaked screenshot, the Motorola X Phone will be running on Android 5.0.1, currently
being dubbed as Key Lime Pie. Android 5.0 is expected to be unveiled next month at Google’s I/
O event and previous rumors have suggested that the launch of the X Phone will be delayed till
August as well. So, the rumors of the X Phone being a Key Lime Pie running smartphone might well be real.