Google Nexus 4 Outed By UK Retailer, Brings Jelly Bean 4.2 Along For The Ride

Summary: The Nexus 4 has been revealed by a major UK online mobile retailer, bringing one of the first clear pictures of Google's handset that is expected to launch officially at the end of October.

A Nexus 4 smart cellphone has showed up on the internet for pre-order from a UK cellular store, in the newest indication of Google next device.

The system comes with the newest edition of the Android os managing system, known as Jelly Bean (4.2), according to one part of the record on Carphone Warehouse's web store, though this is contradicted elsewhere.

The Nexus cellphone is described as coming with a 4.7-inch (1,280x768 pixel) touchscreen show display, near-field devices (NFC) technological innovation, 2GB RAM and a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processer. It is just 9.1mm dense.

On-board storage space is restricted to 8GB, and there is no microSD development port. It has a forward-facing photographic camera with an unspecified number of mp for video contacting, and there is an 8-megapixel photographic camera on the back able of catching full HD pictures or video clips.

It is uncertain exactly which edition of Android os it will be using; while several areas of the record state the OS as Jelly Bean  4.2, one area in the specialized information gives the OS as Jelly Bean 4.1.2.

Delivery is given as starting on 30 Oct, and the smart cellphone looks to be available on the O2 and United kingdom systems for free on agreements of £31 monthly or more.

The system is stated to be formally presented at a amedia occasion in New You are able to on 29 Oct, the same day Windows Phone 8 releases.

The 4.2 develop of Android os looks like it will have the same name, Jelly Bean, as the 4.1 develop, going by the record. However, whether it will maintain the name after the formal release of the OS is not known; it is stated to be known as Key Calcium Pie.
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