T-Mobile originally reported that the new Nexus 4 would not support Wi-Fi calling on its network, and after earlier today we reported it would be allowed, T-Mobile's confirmed this will not be available. Sadness.
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the Samsung Nexus 10, LG Nexus 4, and 32GB Nexus 7 (along with a new HSPA+ model), despite the fact that it had to cancel its Android event because of Hurricane Sandy. Later on in the week, we went hands-on with the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 4, before bringing you full reviews of each device on Friday. With each running Android 4.2 out of the box and each packing a number of new features, we're going to have suggest that any Android fan at least give them a look.
Nexus 4, a device manufactured by LG with software pure vanilla Android - a collaboration creating yet another true member of the Nexus family. This device is made to bring on the next version of Android, that being 4.2 Jelly Bean (the second iteration of the software still code-named Jelly Bean) complete with the updates you see in our full update guide. The body of this device rather similar to that of the LG Optimus G, complete with the same display, camera technology, and quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.5Ghz processor under the hood.
LG Nexus 4 will be making its way to O2 on November 13, the carrier has announced. Not only that, it is going to be exclusive to the carrier, so if you're in the UK and you want a Nexus 4 without spending the no contract price, O2 is going to be your only options. Google will be selling the phone unlocked, but if you don't want to drop £239 for the 8GB, £279 for the 16GB, O2 is your choice.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the LG Optimus G. The massive processor and the operating system on this device are the real heroes, of course, starting with the 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdradon S4 Pro SoC with Adreno 320 graphics under the hood - Qualcomm's biggest and best yet. You'll be working with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean+ (the newest version, newer than 4.1 Jelly Bean that was released earlier this year), this including a lovely new collection of features shown just this week by Google.
Google officially announced Android 4.2 earlier today. We touched on some of the new features right after Google's announcement, but now that things have calmed down a bit, we can go into further depth. Read on to find out about some of the brand new features found in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but before you do, prepare yourself - some of the new features are pretty awesome.
Google finally announced the LG-made Nexus 4, and T-Mobile has wasted no time getting us a list of devices it will be offering this holiday season. The list features a number of different devices covering both Windows Phone 8 and Android, and as you may have already guessed, the Nexus 4 is one of the stars on the list. T-Mobile takes pride in pointing out that it's one of Google's "premier launch partners" for the Nexus 4, so if you're a T-Mobile customer, you can be one of the first to get your hands on the shiny new handset.
Google to cancel its Android event in New York City, but that hasn't stopped the company from announcing its new products anyway. Google and LG officially announced the Nexus 4, which is Google's new flagship smartphone and the newest iteration in the Nexus family.
Google has opted (smartly) to cancel its Android event in New York City on Monday due to the fact that Hurricane Sandy will probably be bearing down on the city around that time. While that decision is definitely for the best, it means that we'll have to wait until sometime later on for all of these rumored devices, including the LG Nexus 4, to get revealed. Today we're finding out that when the Nexus 4 is revealed, however, it'll come in 8GB and 16GB varieties, thanks to a couple of LG E960 manuals that have popped up on the Web.
Android event on Monday in New York City where we'd be seeing multiple new devices from the Mountain View company, but we have some bad news this afternoon. We can confirm that Google has indeed canceled their Android event scheduled for Monday, October 29th due to Hurricane Sandy.