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Google Nexus 5: Next big launch in India?

Google Nexus 5: Next big launch in India?

James Fisher, Senior Vice President of LG, recently claimed at the Consumer Electronics Show, that LG Nexus 4 was just one of the many other products that LG and Google were working on.

Nexus line to tablets and smartphones are used by Google to promote and develop its products. It has also worked with a lot of mobile phone manufactures like Samsung, HTC and LG, though not with Motorola yet, which is owned by the search engine presently. Some previous rumors also had it that Google was in talks with Sony to work on and roll out a Nexus device in the market.

Fisher said, "Through our collaboration with Google, we launched the LG Nexus 4 smartphone. This is the first of many devices to come from our growing partnership with this very selective company."
Although Fisher said that the company is all set to launch its upcoming next generation smartphones in Barcelona in a few days, Samsung’s follow-up to its Nexus phone wasn't another collaboration with the search-giant.  Galaxy S3 smartphone was launched after Samsung's Galaxy Nexus and LG is also being looked forward to update its latest range of devices. Fisher also said that "at Mobile World Congress next month and throughout the year, you'll see us bring to market more tier-one premium handsets in various screen sizes".  

The International Business Times recently claimed that LG had already begun to work on the production of the new Nexus 4 device full throttle. It also added that recent rumors that talk about the successor of LG Nexus 4 device offering a far more powerful 2GHz quad core processor might be true and also the latest Android OS, called Key Lime Pie.
Although Google’s LG Nexus 4 smartphone has been widely applauded for its awesome features and its swanky looks, the smartphone’s low price is what that has been proved its major selling point. It has been largely sold out, and is presently not very easily to buy as its demand outstrips its present supply.

  | 17th January, 2013 | 86 views

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