Besides the rumors of a refreshed Nexus 7 tablet, Google may also add LTE/4G mobile internet to its existing flagship NExus 4 handset.
New site Sidhtech.com
reporting that the search giant will be launching an improved version of its existing Nexus 4 smartphone. It will comes with 32GB memory and will have LTE 4G for fast mobile internet. The report also claims that the new hanset may come with the latest version of Android -- 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
The currently available Nexus 4 has is built by LG and has been already updated once since its launch in November 2012. The handset now features two ridges on its back plate to stop it from sliding off tables and smashing on the floor. Adding LTE/4G connectivity could help Google better compete with the Samsung Galaxy SIV, which launches in the US and the UK at the end of April.