Is This a White Nexus 4? It Sure Looks Like it, Will it Ever Be In Stock Though?

Earlier today, the Nexus 4 finally came back to the Google Play Store. Surprisingly, it's still in stock. Now we are seeing pictures surfacing of the LG Nexus 4 with a new paint job. This time in white. I must say it looks pretty nice, and I'm not a fan of white phones or tablets. These images were sent to PhoneArena by an anonymous source. It seems that it still shows the current Nexus phone with a white paint job and a silver-trimmed LED flash, and it looks nice. It does look real, but will it ever make it to market? That we have no idea. The white Galaxy Nexus was never really on sale, but a few people were able to grab it. That might be the case with this device as well.

If you want to see the full 13MP original, it can be found at the source link down below. Now keep in mind that this could be fake, but very unlikely since it is kinda hard to fake an image this big. Or maybe someone just took their Nexus 4 and painted it? Who knows at this point.

There's also been whispers before of a white Nexus 4 being on its way since the original black model launched in November. It's also important to note that LG already offers a white version of the Optimus G, which is basically the Nexus 4, but with Ice Cream Sandwich and a custom Skin....oh and officially has LTE as well.  The Nexus 4 has already been in limited quantities, so I'd hate to see the white one make it to the Play Store in limited quantities, but it could happen.

Who's interested in this white Nexus 4? It actually looks pretty nice. As I said above, I'm not a fan of white devices, but this is one I'd certainly pick up. I just wish LG had made some hardware improvements on the Nexus 4 for the white version at least. We all know it needs many improvements. Let us know in the comments below if you're interested in a white Nexus 4.

Source: Phone Arena

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