The LG Nexus 4 rumors and leaks keep coming in, and although we have seen already a first batch of LG Nexus images, we’re about to offer you access to a new set of pictures. This time around, we’re looking at much better, clearer photos. In fact we’re getting closer and closer to press photo quality.
We were pretty surprised to see the rumored LG Nexus get FCC certified before the official LG Optimus G, but now the world harmony has been restored. We have no way to know for sure that the E975 spotted at FCC is the same phone as the G, but all hints seem to point at it being the AT&T version of the “beast”.
Japan will be the first market to officially carry the LG Optimus G L-01 E. NTT DoCoMo is already offering the phone on pre-order, with the carrier planning to ship to folks in the land of the rising sun starting October 19.
Anyone looking for a physical QWERTY keyboard on an entry-level Android smartphone? The LG Mach on Sprint could be just what you need.
The closer we get to the official unveiling of the next Nexus, the more leaks and rumors about the device make their way onto the internets. Today, courtesy of Minsk based XDA forum member “4shael”, we now have two additional photos of the handset, plus some specs. There’s also some new information courtesy of Carphone Warehouse, a UK retailer.
Ever since the Optimus G was in its rumor phase, rumors began surfacing regarding the upcoming Google Nexus smartphone. Here’s a roundup of what to expect from the rumored upcoming LG Nexus smartphone with Android 4.2 on board.
We’re painfully close to the official unveiling of the next Nexus smartphone. We say painfully because the rumor mill has reached a critical state. Every damn day we’re hearing something new, but not everything we hear is true, which makes our job that much more complicated. But enough insider baseball, let’s get to the news. Today, courtesy of an online forum in Belarus, we have images of the LG Optimus G Nexus.
Last week Android Authority caught wind of some new information from @evleaks that suggested T-Mobile was preparing to release the LG Optimus L9. Today we have official word that T-Mobile is bring the budget handset to its network this fall.
According to a Samsung Securities report LG Electronics is looking like a good investment right now. The report suggests that LG will go from 4 percent of the smartphone market to 5.8 percent next year.
LG has just issued a press release saying that their current flagship smartphone, the Optimus G, is going to hit two American operators: AT&T and Sprint. We read the press release several times to try and find some details regarding pricing and availability, but it looks like that information has been purposefully left out.