Monday, September 22, 2014

So whether to wait for the owners of Nexus 4 Android L? –

 Nexus 4

In October last year, the owners once the flagship Galaxy Nexus were stunned not the most pleasant news. It turned out that their wonderful smartphone, among the characteristics which appear on a dual-core processor with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz and 1 GB of RAM will not be updated to Android 4.4 KitKat. Frankly, such a development expected and after the last presentation of the Google I / O: for the Nexus 4 and has not appeared beta version. However, do not hurry to get upset. It seems that there is still hope. What is it manifested? Let’s find out.

Perhaps, most experts Android operating system and Google’s products in general knows about all kinds of bugs and downs of applications made to inform the so-called Chromium Bug Tracker. This allows developers to pay attention to the Preexisting flaws, and we, ordinary users periodically to learn about the future plans of the company.

Nexus 4

Today was no exception. In the above mentioned place, our colleagues from phonearena have found similar messages from two different users. Among the huge number of obscure for the average smartphone owner commands, numbers, and other such records were found references to the fourth iteration of devices Nexus, and even attached a screenshot of the build number of version of Android. By the way, in a strange combination «LRW52G» We shall be interested only in the first letter, which hints at Android L. By the way, the name of the assembly for the Nexus 5 looks like – LRW66E.

 Nexus 4 Android L

Do not rejoice this news can categorically. It is clear that the search giant craftsmen are trying to prevent the repeat of last year’s situation. And is there any basis for this?

Nexus 4, of course, not the fifth version of the famous “guglofonov” with its quad-core Snapdragon processor 800 at 2.3 GHz and 2 GB of RAM, but it is similar to 2 GB memory and processor Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with a clock speed of 1.5 GHz should be sufficient. At least it hopefully. In addition, the leadership of Google would not want to see another petition with many thousands of signatures, is not it?

if the owners wait for Nexus 4 long-awaited update? Share your opinion in the comments.


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