When the Nexus 4 bumper case first arrived to Google's virtual store shelves, it managed to disappear from Google Play just as quickly as the Nexus 4 itself. Luckily, the official LG Nexus 4 bumper is now back in stock through the Play Store, at least in the United States.
Nexus 4 LTE on AT&T available, but only on Band 4 (1700MHz)
Google’s Nexus 4, also known as the Optimus G’s younger LTE-less brother does pack LTE support under the hood, or at least some of the required components, although don’t expect Google to turn it on at any point in the future.
The Google Nexus 4 by LG is one of the top phones on the market right now - but how much does it improve upon its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus? See this comparison of these Nexus phones and how the Nexus 4 doesn't just improve upon its predecessor, it does well to continue the Nexus legacy.
Nexus 4 online manual now says it doesn’t support USB OTG
Nexus 4 owners -- we hate to say it, but it's looking increasingly likely that you won’t be able to use any USB OTG devices on your brand new super smartphone. Google has edited out several lines from the phone’s online guidebook that says you can connect devices like “a keyboard, mouse or even a joystick” to the smartphone via USB. The updated page now says that “USB is not supported for connecting such devices.”
AA Community housewarming giveaway – win a Nexus 4 by joining our G+ Community!
A few hundred of you have already joined us, but we want all our readers to know about the Android Authority G+ Community. So we’re giving away the most wanted phone of the season, the elusive Nexus 4, to one lucky Community member!
It's been a good year for Android. Join us as we cast an eye back to December 2011 and reminisce about how far Android has come in the last 12 months. From ICS to Jelly Bean, from Galaxy S2 to Galaxy S3, and from Android Market to Google Play.
As you already know, the Google Nexus 4 is out of stock in most markets where Google is selling it via its Play Store. In case you haven’t purchased yours yet, chances to get one before Christmas aren’t looking that great, especially if you’re hoping to get one at an affordable price.
Despite the lack of LTE radio, the back glass debate, and the Google Play Store fiasco, the Nexus 4 is still one sizzling hot commodity. With no signs of the demand slowing down anytime soon, did T-Mobile take it a step too far by selling the Nexus 4 for $399.99 with a contract?