Bluetooth certification for Nexus 4 with LTE appears

26 October, 2013
The original Nexus 4 had unofficial LTE support, but it did not work very well.

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  • Raja

I recently bought one from US.. which means this model will support LTE is it

  • Hugo Chong

Can our nexus 4 do a software update to use LTE ? Coz it hav all d hardware it need to use LTE right.

As a Nexus 4 user, I am pleased, as a person looking forwards in terms of progress and value, I am disappointed. I was hoping for a $329 or $349 nexus 5, being nearly as cheap as the nexus 4, while still improving.

  • Anonymous

geordie81, 26 Oct 2013yeah but the z has not been changed its still on the market at a... moreThe reason is simple: those who need Nexus 4, they buy it; who need Nexus 5, they buy it. Just offer more options.

Anonymous, 26 Oct 2013Do you think is there a need for Xperia Z with the existence of Z1 ?yeah but the z has not been changed its still on the market at a lower cost, the nexus is already cheap and its also releasing a new version of the nexus 4 and then just about to release the nexus 5.

  • Anonymous

Shutup, 26 Oct 2013Copying apple by making it 100$ less then the flagship Then what do you have for lunch ? Eat something unique ?
Or copy someone else ?

  • Anonymous

geordie81, 26 Oct 2013Is there a need for this device with the nexus 5 almost here????Do you think is there a need for Xperia Z with the existence of Z1 ?

geordie81, 26 Oct 2013Is there a need for this device with the nexus 5 almost here????Maybe LG has lot of unused processors from Optimus G allocation.

Is there a need for this device with the nexus 5 almost here????

Nexus 4, best selling LG smartphone? Maybe yes, which is why LG wants to release the LTE version.

  • Anonymous

I thought that this information was in fact a sloppy filling at the FCC, and that there is actually no such device?

Copying apple by making it 100$ less then the flagship

Are they trying to act like Galaxy S4?