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Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Cross This Galaxy Phone Off Your Wishlist

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Samsung are at the top of their game right now as they have been pushing out one after the other of the best Android phones on the market with their Galaxy range. These have included the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which is updated regularly, the Galaxy Note 2, which has a superb size and hardware, and the Galaxy S3, which is the best-selling Android device of all time. Now if you were having trouble contemplating which one of these star-studded Galaxy phones to upgrade to, you can safely cross the Samsung Galaxy Nexus off your wishlist.

Forget Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Nexus 4 revealed in detailed leak

Today we saw the successor to the Galaxy Nexus leak, the LG Nexus with the model number LG-E960. The photos have been published before, however now the owner of the handset has confirmed the specifications of the handset, along with giving details about it and answering people’s questions about the device.

There has been confirmation that the LG Nexus 4 will have just 8GB of storage internally and there is no option for external storage, as the device lacks SD card support. There had been rumours going around that the Nexus LG would be available in 8GB and 16GB versions. The reason behind this is perhaps to keep the costs to a minimum for the device.

The LG Nexus is said to have the Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.5GHz quad core processor and 2GB of RAM. It will have a camera of 8 megapixels, which of course is different to what was reported previously. The handset does not have support for LTE and it is around the thickness of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It also happens to look just like the Galaxy Nexus from the front.

If the report is true then it would mean that the new Nexus has comes with a better camera and it also has hardware that is more powerful than the current Samsung version. It is thought that the device will be released onto the market within the next few weeks.

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