Just when we thought we couldn’t tell you anything new about the LG Nexus 4, one of the worst kept secret in tech history, we’re going to show you the pre-order page of the device that got already listed, a few days ahead of Google’s media event, thanks to the sloppy job of Carphone Warhouse employees – or do they pull these sort of things on purpose?
We have probably seen everything there is to see about the upcoming LG Nexus 4 smartphone – even rumored Android 4.2 features – so, with less than a week to go until Google unveils its new Nexus devices, we’re hardly excited to see more Nexus 4 leaks. In fact, a recent report suggested that all Nexus 4 stories out there are 100% accurate.
It looks like LG has officially confirmed that Google will announce the Nexus 4 smartphone later this month. The one catch at this point, the handset has only been confirmed as coming to one market.
Even though it’s still the weekend in most regions of the world, it doesn’t mean we’re short on Nexus- and Android 4.2-related rumors and reports. Just yesterday we saw potential new Android 4.2 features so now it’s time to look at some exciting Nexus news.
October 29th is shaping up to be a pretty important day for mobile news. On the east coast, Google is preparing a press conference that will more than likely focus on the Nexus 4 and other rumored Nexus devices. On the west coast we have Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 press event. Now it seems T-Mobile is joining the party by announcing its own press event scheduled for the evening of the 29th.
The LG Nexus 4 is most likely the worst kept secret in tech history to date, and while you’d think that we’ve seen all there is to see when it comes to this LG Optimus G variation that will soon be part of Google’s Nexus family, you’d be wrong. We have even more leaks to show you.
Google has just sent various members of the press an invitation to an event that’s scheduled to take place on October 29th in New York City. We’re confident in saying that the next Nexus phone will be unveiled at said event.
A quick look over the most credible rumors regarding the next batch of Google’s Nexus Android line-up!
By now you should already master the art of pulling down the notification tray on your phone. In Android 4.2, as the embedded video shows, you can now pull down a second notification on top of the first one, but the second layer contains only quick settings.
Android fans probably know that LG’s recently unveiled flagship Android smartphone is coming to America via AT&T and Sprint. But the two mobile operators that are going to carry it did not offer any availability details for the LG Optimus G, at least until today.