Next Nexus 4, Nexus 4 LTE?
The latest rumors suggest that the next Nexus smartphone will be an upgraded Nexus 4 with LTE. The Nexus 4 LTE will reportedly be announced at Google I/O in May and have increased storage of 32GB and may support CDMA voice (Sprint or Verizon). An AnTuTu benchmark score shows a Google Nexus 4 LTE running Android 4.3. The naming of the scores can be easily faked and entered by the tester therefore it is not a verified rumor.
The LTE part of the Nexus 4 LTE may be for the LTE launch of T-Mobile. T-Mobile is open to unlocked phones.
Verizon and Sprint, so far have not allowed an unapproved Verizon smartphone on their networks.
Nexus 11 Tablet Heaven?
According to "unconfirmed reports," Samsung the maker of the Nexus 10, is working on a Nexus 11 with a Super PLS TFT touchscreen, 8MP camera, front camera, microSD and powered by a Samsung octa-core processor. Since it may not be due out until the fall it may be launched with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
Other Samsung tablets in the Samsung design pipeline are the Samsung Galaxy Tab 11, dual-SIM 7-inch Galaxy Tab Duos and Galaxy Tab 8.
Nexus 5 Set to Arrive?
What would make sense in a Nexus 5? Maybe a 5" or bigger screen? If we really wanted to play cojecturatti, we would look to the LG Optimus G Pro. Let's see, the LG Optimus G Pro, has a 5.5" touchscreen. The Nexus 4 is essenitally an LG Optimus G with pure Google software. Mmmn, Google was able to make a great deal with the Nexus 4 because it uses LG Optimus G parts. The name scheme would be even more complete if the Nexus 5 shipped with Android 5.0.
The amount of rumors around the specs of the
LG Optimus G Pro Nexus 5 are all over the place and get mixed up with the Motorola X that is supposedly coming from Motorola and Google with a spectacular camera and other dreamware.
If LG is makes the Nexus 5 it will share many features of the something in its Optimus line. The Optimus G Pro has a 5.5" HD IPS touchscreen, 13MP camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 3140mAh battery, 32GB storage, 2GB RAM, LTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The LG Optimus GK in Korea is a Optmus G Pro with a 5" screen another possibility for the Nexus 5. We expect to know the real truth during Google I/O, in a few weeks.