Nexus 4 Painted in White And Android 4.3 Onboard To Debut On June 10th

With the Google I/O 2013 wrapping up without much of a fireworks, the Korea born Google branded beauty keep showing up with the new paint-job that it seems to have got as a part of the strategy for the next big announcement that’s about to come from the search giant. Rumors had it that sometime or later, the next omission of Google’s Android operating system is gonna hit the scene this year but what about some icy white icing to make the cake even more better to our taste(Which is definitely better looking than the plastic clad beast from Samsung that can kill the life out of the stock Android platform!)?

The original nexus 4 brought some good amount of success to the nexus platform and the Korean manufacturer and with the robust Snapdragon S4 pro ticking inside, it just edged over the competition to prove itself a candidate worthy enough to carry forward the ‘Nexus’ legacy. The gusty chipset handled Android 4.2 like a charm and it seems ready enough to catch up with yet another update to it’s collar. It could be the same Nexus 4(Or, a bit different from the inside?) cast in some white magic that Google may use to present to the world with the next version of the Android platform.

All said and done, the event is going to happen on the 10th of June and a new White Nexus4 may break off from the covers running Android 4.3. Call it either Jelly Bean or Key Lime pie, there’s this piece of the pie for you that as from the rumors, the next version of the Android platform may feature some goodies Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support, OpenGL for Embedded Systems 3.0 graphics and app data synchronization which point towards an overall richer user experience. Excited? with almost three weeks to follow, let’s see how the event unfolds and what does it bags in for us.


Note: Call it Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or Key Lime Pie, the developers will still hack it and so will we fetch it to you in the same way that we’ve been doing along as soon as we get our hands on ’em ;).