Google and LG finally made the white LG Nexus 4 official. It's the same Nexus we know and love, with a nice new paint job. After plenty of talk at Google I/O about a white model with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean getting announced we were excited, but it's still just on 4.2.2, for now at least. Read on for more details and a quick unboxing with Google's other baby. That being Google Glass.
Nexus 4? Well let's be honest, finding one is easier said than done right now. TalkTalk in the UK is listing a white Nexus 4 on its website for preorder, and if the way the phone is selling currently is any indication, you will probably need to preorder if you actually want to get one of the devices in white for yourself.
some users of the white version of the HTC One X have found that the blue dye used in their blue jeans seems particularly attracted to the finish on HTC's latest flagship.
or, inexplicably, purple. According to a Carphone Warehouse inventory listing spotted by GSMArena, the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III will buck that trend somewhat, coming in blue and white.
Optimus 4X HD you get an impressive 4.7" display and a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. We've covered it plenty and even have hands-on coverage below but today its been spotted out in the wild, and dressed in white. Not only that but the leak from ePrice also compares it to the new HTC One X, also a white Tegra 3 powered smartphone.
Galaxy Nexus in white is real, and coming soon. It will be available starting on February 13th and will be identical to the regular model -- only white as snow. Sadly it being available so late it has missed the snow for many markets, but then that depends on where you live.
Samsung Galaxy Note that we've all seen plenty of lately. AT&T will be selling this 5.3" AMOLED HD packing smartphone in both black and white variants. While roaming at CES we were able to get a few quick pictures and video of the white version of the AT&T branded LTE Note for those interested. Check out more pictures after the break.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but this time it's not just a rendered press image or posted up on a retailer website. Instead we are seeing live hands-on images of the phone. I know many don't like the idea of a white phone but just check out the pictures.