LG Nexus 4 Successor A 2GHz Quad-Core KLP Monster Runner?

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A lot of Android fans are still waiting for the LG Nexus 4, and now there’s a new rumour about a new handset with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. IB Times says that this new hardware might be the LG Optimus G2, which may lead the way to the LG Nexus 5.

LG Nexus 4 successor rumors already in flight

A reliable source says that Key Lime Pie might launch next year – around May, probably. It’ll have improvements like multiple user profiles, and new performance modes for people wanting to focus more on battery life than on hardware function. There’ll also be more comprehensive integration with social networks.

The LG Optimus 2 might also feature a 1,080p 5” screen, a 2GHz quad-core chip, camera improvements and LTE. There’s no real proof to say that LG are getting to release the next Nexus, but there has been talk of a Nexus programme that means multiple manufacturers can launch Nexus-branded smartphones. If this is the case, and LG Nexus 5 is ideal, coming as it will with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

LG has done an amazing job with its Nexus 4, as it has great hardware, a decent camera, and brilliant design and build quality. The only things missing were LTE and more storage, which may be sorted out by the LG Nexus 5.

Cecelia has the patience of a praying mantis. She spends the day sifting through press releases from all the major brand’s PR reps. From the most ridiculous announcements to those you really want to know more about, Cecelia makes it a point to skim through as many daily as possible so you won’t have to.