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Forget LG Nexus 4, The Nexus 5 May Land This Month

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The Senior Vice President of LG was talking at the CES recently and said that the LG Nexus 4 was just the first of many handsets that LG were working on with Google.

The Nexus handsets are used by Google to promote the development of their products and they have worked alongside many phone makers, including HTC, LG and Samsung. However as yet they have not produced a Nexus device with the Motorola name. Rumours were going around that Google have also been talking about delivering a Nexus device with Sony.

Fisher said that thanks to working alongside Google they were able to launch the LG Nexus 4 and that this was just one of many handsets that would be coming thanks to their partnership.

The Telegraph reports that he also said that the company would be revealing their next gen devices next month in Barcelona. The equivalent of Samsung`s follow up to the Nexus handset was not in collaboration with Google. They chose to reveal the Samsung Galaxy S3 after the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, while LG is thought to be updating their LG Optimus range of handsets. Fisher said that when the MWC comes around and in 2013 they would reveal more devices that are tier one and these would come in different sizes.

The International Business Times on the other hand said that LG were winding down the LG Nexus 4 production in favour of the new handsets. Rumours say that the successor to the LG Nexus 4 will have a quad core processor of 2GHz and Key Lime Pie.

The LG Nexus 4 has been praised as it comes with some superb features and the price tag has been one of the largest selling points. The device is hard to get hold of thanks to it being sold out as demand has outweighed supplies.

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