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Google Nexus 4 Leaked by Carphone Warehouse

Google Nexus 4 Leaked by Carphone Warehouse


The retailerís website briefly displayed a listing offering the LG Nexus 4 on contract from £31 per month on O2 or Vodafone from 30 October.


The device is expected to be the centrepiece of a Google event in New York on Monday, 29 October, when the web giant is also expected to update its Nexus 7 Android tablet.


Carphone Warehouseís page, which has now been removed, said the Nexus 4 will have a 4.7-inch screen with density of 320 pixels per inch, just shy of the EE" target="out">iPhone 5ís 326. The handset was listed as measuring 68.7 by 133.9 by 9.1 millimetres, apparently thicker than its Apple rivalís 7.6 millimetres.


The Nexus 4 is expected to run an updated version of the current version of Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, rather than the next full-blown release, 4.2, codenamed Key Lime Pie. The incremental update appeared to be confirmed by Carphone Warehouseís page, which said it will run Jelly Bean 4.1.2 on a quad-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor.


Google has previously used its Nexus own brand as a proving ground for new Android feature before they are included in handsets from other manufacturers, such as Samsung's bestselling Galaxy S range.


Carphone Warehouse's page said the new Nexus will have a 360-degree panorama feature, via its eight megapixel camera.


The new version of Android is also expected to feature a new Gmail app that will add minor additions such as swipe to delete and pinch to zoom.


The "leaked" listing offers a version of the Nexus 4 with only 8GB of storage, though earlier leaks have suggested there will be a version with at least 16GB too. With the Nexus 7 tablet, Google offered only up to 16GB, in contrast to the up to 64G available to iPad buyers, as part of efforts to encourage customers to use its online storage services.

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