Published on April 20th, 2013 | by Gary Johnson0
New Nexus 4 release 32GB & LTE support hinted
When Google and LG released the Nexus 4 back in November it triggered months of stock issues for the handset via Google Play. This is because the handset has a relatively low asking price with some great specs along with that all important stock Android experience, and now news reaches us that a new Nexus 4 release may be in the pipeline with 32GB of storage and LTE support.
In San Francisco next month we will see the annual Google I/O event where the company usually showcases new hardware along with the next version of its mobile operating system. While it is widely expected to be unveiling a new version of the Nexus 7 tablet PC, it is now being suggested that there will also be another version of the Nexus 4.
One of the biggest draw backs with the Nexus 4 has always been its amount of internal storage that is limited to a maximum of 16GB without the option of expanding this further, but it is being claimed a new version will be released next month with 32GB of memory.
That’s not all as the same sources are also suggesting the smartphone will also offer 4G LTE compatibility which would also be a welcome feature as more networks are busy building services that will offer the faster data download speeds.
If these claims prove to be accurate it would also mean the device will ship running the next version of the Android operating system, which is believed to be called Key Lime Pie. There have been some thoughts that the event next month would see the arrival of the Nexus 5, but considering the current model has only been available for a few months we may instead just see a revamped model.