The sequel to the LG Nexus 4, the LG Nexus 5, could be here very soon as there are rumours that production of the current Nexus handset has come to a halt for its successor.
LG Nexus 4 being replaced by LG Nexus 5 very soon?
IBT said that LG have stopped producing the Nexus 4, while LG gave hints that the LG Nexus 4 was just one of many phones that they would release alongside Google.
LG didn’t show us any new handsets at CES, so it seems they are focusing on a major launch at the MWC in February. But could all the hints of the partnership growing between LG and Google,mean that they could be about to reveal the next Nexus device, possibly the LG Nexus 5?
The Nexus 4 that is out now has been seen with Android 4.2.2 and Google and LG could have a new phone in the pipeline to showcase Key Lime Pie. There are also rumours that the next Nexus handset would have a processor of 2GHz and boast LTE connectivity.
While we all like to see new devices, Google have had issues with getting the LG Nexus 4 out to customers. The handset went on sale in November and was only available for a day. Since then both the 8GB and the 16GB versions have been sold out.
If a new Nexus handset was revealed it would draw the line for the LG Nexus 4, which has been troubled since it was launched due to the fact that you cannot get it. The problems with stock have been made worse due to the fact that the device comes with a low price tag and specs that are generous.