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Google 32GB Nexus 4 With LTE Might Arrive In May

Rumors are already there about an upcoming Nexus 5 from Google, but it appears like there’s more in store for the existing Nexus 4 handset. According to SIDHTech, Google has plans to announce an updated version of its Nexus 4 smartphone at Google I/O next month.

The search giant will introduce the Nexus 4 with 32GB of storage and LTE support, things that customers have wanted in the Nexus 4 after it was released last year. And apparently the device is coming with compatibility for CDMA, so could be launched on Sprint and Verizon in the US.

The Nexus 4 coming in May instead of the Nexus 5 won’t be a surprise since the latter was only launched in November. It would be too soon if a successor arrives in the coming month. Also this wouldn’t be the first time that Google comes out with an updated version of a Nexus product. You might remember the Nexus 7 update that came out last October. But Nexus 5 is expected to come out this year itself, most probably in November.

And Google is also expected to unveil Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie at the May conference.

Are you interested in a 32GB Nexus 4? Let us know in the comments below.




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  1. Nice, would love the upgrade but LTE without a boost in battery capacity = fail

  2. Damn right I want a Nexus 4 with 32GB and LTE. Google, bring it on already stop waiting!

  3. disqus_iG56VsdEBM

    Would love to get a NEXUS 4 with LTE. However, the retail price of NEXUS 4 in Hong Kong is 500 USD. What a rip off?

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