Google’s annual I/O Developers Conference is scheduled for next month and everyone is expecting great things at the event. Google’s highly-awaited Android 5.0 or Key Lime Pie is said to be débuted at the event.
Going by the rumors, the first recipient of the latest Android version could be the Nexus 4 and the device will be re-launched at the Google event.
Last year, when Google teamed up with LG and launched its fourth generation Nexus smartphone, the handset created a buzz in the mobile industry. At the same time, it was also criticized as it lacked support for micro SD card and LTE radio.
Although, there is no information of Key Lime Pie coming to the Nexus 4, rumors suggest that Google is planning to re-introduce the handset with a few improvements.
The Nexus 4 wouldn’t undergo any external design change but the new version will sport a 32GB of inbuilt memory and will have LTE and CDMA support.
With this added feature, the Nexus 4 will be compatible on Sprint and Verizon networks. At present, a GSM model of the Nexus 4 is available for purchase on Google Play Store and it works only on AT&T and T-Mobile.
Yet, there is no confirmation on the upgraded Nexus 4 or its price details but it is expected that it would be offered on Google Play store.