Nexus 4

Last updated: Oct 29th, 2012.

The Nexus 4 brings comes after months and months of rumors. This is Google's first time partnering with LG to make a Nexus device. The Pure Google smartphone features the latest and greatest Android 4.2 software version, along with stunning specs. It packs a powerful Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, a stunning 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus display and 2 GB of RAM.

And if great software, hardware and top-of-the-line specs are not enough, Google has thrown in an unbelievable price. The 8 GB version will cost only $300, while the 16 GB variant will go for $350 Rejoice, Android fans! The new Nexus is upon us. 

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