by Chris Smith, 6 months ago
Thanks to recent leaks and reports, we have a general idea of what Google should unveil during its upcoming media event – initially scheduled to take place in New York on October 29 – but,…
Despite being the country where Android 4.2.2 was first spotted running on the Nexus 4 in the wild, as well as one of the places where LG builds the phone, Google’s flagship Nexus handset hasn’t been officially released in Brazil. That’s about to change soon.
As reported by the folks over at Gizmodo Brazil, they have received invitations from Google and LG to attend an event next week that’s highly expected to be launch of the Nexus 4. One Google exec later confirmed – albeit indirectly – that N4 will be the main attraction.
The event will be held at Google’s HQ in São Paolo and is expected to be graced by the presence of Hugo Barra, the company’s VP. As for the date, you can mark down March 27 on your calendar.
It hasn’t been confirmed yet whether the phone will hit stores on the same day, but we might have to wait a few days for that. Likewise, the price is still being kept under wraps. Here’s hoping that we’ll get to hear more details soon.
Still looking forward to grab the Nexus 4? How much do you think it will retail?