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Thursday, 11 October 2012 10:43

LG Nexus gets new name, launch date

Written by Fudzilla staff



Rumour mill in overdrive


For months we had next to no info on next generation Nexus devices and now the floodgates seem to be opening.

The LG Nexus spec is all but out, the first pictures are also on the internets and now we have a new name an launch date as well. A leak from Carphone Warehouse suggests the new phone will be dubbed LG Nexus 4 and Le Figaro reports that it will launch on October 29.

Better yet, Le Figaro claims the new Nexus will launch globally and be available internationally on launch. So there’s a chance Android puritans will be able to place their orders on Play Store the next day.

More here.


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