Regarding the new Nexus 4 phone from Google and LG, we have some pretty awesome news, and some pretty awful news too. First, let's give you a spec breakdown that are spot-on with the bulk of the previous rumors:
  • 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus display (1,280 x 768)
  • 8 megapixel rear camera
  • Gorilla Glass 2
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad-Core processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • Android 4.2/Jelly Bean with newest Version of Google Now, turn-by-turn navigation via Google Maps, 3D Maps, Street View and Indoor Maps
  • GSM / HSPA+
  • 8GB and 16GB
  • 2100 mAH Battery

Besides these beefy specs, the other cool news is the really competitive pricing. On November 13th, you will be able to get the Nexus 4 unlocked for just $299.99 for the 8GB version and $349.99 for the 16GB version. It will be available in the following countries on networks that use the GSM / HSPA+ technology: US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Australia.

That segues into the awful news... sadly, you may have noticed that there is no LTE listed for the device. As far as has been shared, there will be no LTE version, and it will only be available on GSM / HSPA+ networks. This means that folks in the U.S. who are on Verizon or Sprint are unlikely to see a version of this device.

Here's the link to the Google Play Store if you want to check out more details on the device: Google PlayStore