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
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
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
Google’s acquisition of Motorola so far has yielded close to zero results, but if the Android maker decides to make its next Nexus device a Motorola one, we might be in for a huge comeback. And here is a concept of what such a device – aptly named Nexus+ by the designer – might look like.
It’s just a concept, imagined and unreal, we should warn you. But it borrows some interesting cues from current high-end handsets that we’d love to see on a Nexus phone. First, the 5-inch 1080p display, but then also a more powerful Snapdragon 800 processor and dual-front stereo
speakers. The camera is also suggested to be 13 megapixel
one, hopefully more capable than the one on the current Nexus 4. Right below you can see the concept renders of what such a Nexus+ might look like.
In the meantime, we might have just seen the first prototypes of a real next Nexus phone by LG . Images of a buttonless phone with extremely narrow bezel leaked out
and the very fact that the design has no physical buttons is a strong hint at a Nexus future for that leak. LG’s Optimus devices all have a largy physical key in the front bottom.