According to Sidhtech, Google is rumored to launch a slightly revamped Nexus 4 model at Google I/O next month. Rumor has it, the slightly updated hardware will have 32GB of storage and support AT&T and T-Mobile’s LTE bands. In addition it’ll launch with Key Lime Pie. Which if it is launching at Google I/O, it is basically a 1000% chance it’ll launch with Key Lime Pie or whatever version of Android they announce at I/O.
We already know that the Nexus 4 that’s currently available has a dormant LTE chip on the Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Since it’s based off of the Optimus G which does support LTE. Until Android 4.2.2 was released, Nexus 4 users in Canada and other parts of the world that were on carriers that used the AWS band for LTE were able to grab LTE on their Nexus 4. The Android 4.2.2 officially disabled the LTE option. So it wouldn’t be to hard for Google to turn it back on at Google I/O when or if they launch an LTE Nexus 4 with more storage.
Keep in mind that this is a rumor. But this is the first rumor we’ve heard of a 32GB Nexus 4. You may remember when the 32GB Nexus 7 came out, we had already heard rumors and seen so many leaks about the the extra storage. The Nexus 4 32GB model, this is the first rumor or leak we’ve come across so far. So I’m not completely sure about a 32GB Nexus 4 coming out. But if it does, I know Google will sell a boat load since that was one of the biggest complaints with the Nexus 4 when it launched last fall.
If Google and LG are preparing a 32GB Nexus 4, would you pick it up? Would you sell your 8GB or 16GB Nexus 4 for the 32GB? Let us know in the comments down below.