The Nexus 4 LTE has been revealed via AnTuTu benchmark according to GSMinsider. The source added that the device will be running under the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The benchmarking result serves as a confirmation to the rumors that have been floating around about the upcoming Nexus 4 which is LTE-enabled.
It should be noted that speculations have been running around since last year about the Nexus 4 LTE. But so far, no solid evidences were presented by tech sites until now.
As mentioned, the new version of the Nexus 4 will be equipped with the new Android 4.3 OS, instead of the Android 5 Key Lime Pie that has been making rounds on tech news sites before. So, we could only presume that it would have a better and smoother interface compared to the other.
However, aside from that, expect nothing else from the device. The source stated that its features will be very similar to the Nexus 4 by Google and LG. On the other hand, it is not right for us to rule out its additional specs.
The network that is expected to offer the product to customers is Verizon Wireless which has the largest 4G LTE network in the U.S. today based on a report by US Daily Voice. The report added that there will be two major carriers that will serve as the main distributors of the device, but the source did not mention the name of the other carrier.
The Nexus 4 LTE will be unveiled at the Google I/O event on May 15, 2013. So, let’s just hope that the new Google Nexus 4 has more to offer aside from its LTE and new software.