There have been constant rumours surrounding the release of a white Nexus 4, and now an image has appeared online, suggesting that release will be sooner rather than later.
With such supply issues, those hoping to get their hands on a white Nexus 4 may be in for a bit of a wait. The Nexus 4 brings a native Android user experience, having no manufacturer UI tweaks in place, and with a strong set of features that are comparable with other flagship Android devices.
It is likely the handset will carry exactly the same spec as the current black version, sporting a 4.7 inch display, 8.0 Megapixel camera, WiFi, DC-HSDPA, 1.5GHz Quad Core Processor, and running on the latest version of the Android operating system, Jelly Bean.
When the handset becomes officially available, it will probably sell directly through the Google Play Store first, with availability via all networks where the black Nexus 4 is currently sold. We can only hope that Google and LG will have remedied the supply problems experienced with the original device before hand.
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