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LG Nexus 4 photo samples leaked onto Google+

LG Nexus 4 photo samples leaked onto Google+

We've certainly heard a lot of rumblings when it comes to Google's upcoming Nexus device. It's about that time of the year when the company usually outs a new product, so it's really no surprise that Nexus rumors are flying around. The latest leak comes from a couple of Google and LG employees themselves who ended up posting photo samples from a mysterious device onto Google+.

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LG Nexus 4 smartphone launch tipped for October 29th

LG Nexus 4 smartphone launch tipped for October 29th

If you're waiting for the next Nexus smartphone from Google with their own stripped-down version of Android (in whatever iteration they choose to deliver), you'll not be waiting more than a month. A tip from French publication Le Figaro has delivered an inside source with a carrier source they've been speaking with anonymously that the 29th of October will be the availability date for the next-generation LG Nexus 4, with a December release date up for France specifically.

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LG Nexus 4 tipped by Carphone Warehouse inventory screen

LG Nexus 4 tipped by Carphone Warehouse inventory screen

It's not uncommon to see new smartphones and other gadgets tipped from simple text listings on inventory systems at various electronics retailers. Today a tip on a black and a white version of the LG Nexus 4 has surfaced from an inventory screen at UK mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse. Unfortunately, the only details tipped by the inventory listings are the two color options.

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Nexus 5 tipped for LG, complete with Nexus 4 pricing

Nexus 5 tipped for LG, complete with Nexus 4 pricing

Though we've already explored the possibility that Motorola might be making the next Nexus smartphone for Google, it's time for LG to have a swing at things. And why not? They've made the Nexus 4 successfully, and Google's been nothing if not satisfied with the high-powered sales stream that is the device as sold through Google Play (like the Moto X Google Play edition rumored for late 2013). That's why the "South Korean media" tip with MyDrivers this afternoon doesn't seem so far-fetched.

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LG confirms Nexus 4 still in production with no 5 on the books

LG confirms Nexus 4 still in production with no 5 on the books

If there's one element in the news universe here that tells us Google is doing things right, it's the constant talk and response to a new Nexus smartphone - even when the current model is doing exceedingly well on the market. Here in first quarter of 2013 heading into Spring (or maybe that's just wishful thinking), we've got rumors galore of a Nexus 5 being worked on for release at Mobile World Congress 2013 from LG, none other than the manufacturers of the Nexus 4. Today they've confirmed that no, that doesn't make any sense, and that yes, they're still making massive amounts of the current Google hero Nexus 4 for the time being.

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Google UK chief blames LG for “scarce” Nexus 4

Google UK chief blames LG for “scarce” Nexus 4

Google's UK and Ireland chief has apologized for the Nexus 4 supply debacle, describing the paucity of stock as "unacceptable" and blaming LG for "scarce" supplies that have left many buyers waiting weeks for their phone. Dan Cobley, managing director of Google UK & Ireland, used Google+ to address critics, claiming the company expects to push out a fresh batch of handsets this week to satisfy UK/Ireland "pre-Christmas" delivery promises.

 

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LG: LTE in the Nexus 4 is an evolutionary leftover

LG: LTE in the Nexus 4 is an evolutionary leftover

The LTE modem discovered in the Nexus 4 is an evolutionary leftover akin to an appendix or tailbone, LG has explained, dashing any hopes of a firmware update unlocking future 4G capabilities. Interest was raised when teardowns of the latest Nexus smartphone revealed it had an LTE-capable modem, despite being billed as 3G only; as LG told TechRadar, however, that's just the vestigial remnants of the more advanced - and more expensive - device the Nexus 4 was based upon.

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LG G Watch detailed as first Android Wear wearable device

LG G Watch detailed as first Android Wear wearable device

Today right on top of Google’s first Android Wear push, LG has revealed that they’ll be releasing an LG G Watch. This device will make use of Google’s Android Wear software, based in Android with a number of Google-specific abilities. This includes working with Google Now and the "OK Google" keyword right out of the box.

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