LG gets official Nexus 4: Quad-Core, 2GB RAM, from November 13
No more leaks … Now it’s official. Google has launched a silent – because of Hurricane Sandy – its next flagship phone: Nexus 4.
Making sense of all the leaks, the appliance has a glass design executed in both the back and front, a 4.7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 768 and a density of 320 pixels per inch, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor Quad- S4 Pro Core, 8 MP rear camera and 1.3 MP front, up to 16 GB of internal memory, 2 GB of RAM, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 2100 mAh battery, support for HSPA + networks.
The coating on the screen is Gorilla Glass 2, but with a technology that allows you to be thinner to blend layers, as did Apple with its latest Smartphone.
This device also has induction charging, as an accessory incorporating a small pedestal in the phone “rest” while recharging its battery.
A very detailed video of the capabilities of this new phone came out Monday, plotting responses to some of the most important questions about the new device Full Google to be presented today, but because of Hurricane Sandy will not be released yet.
Very smooth, extremely fast and showing off her new quick menu configurations, the Nexus 4 no longer poses any doubt about their abilities, and seems to be a more than worthy successor to the Galaxy Nexus.
Now only expect more details as to whether this device will someday our pastures.Tags: Android, android 4, Android 4.2, Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean Plus, Launch, LG, LG Nexus 4, Nexus, Quad-core, Qualcomm