A new rumor about the LG Nexus 4 claims the phone would in fact have a much more reasonable 16GB version.
Having only 8GB of storage on a modern-day smartphone with an HD screen doesn't make much sense from a consumer point of view. That's the reason why reports of the next Nexus phone relying on the meager storage without any option to expand it set the Android community ablaze.
A reasonably reliable source of industry leaks has shared on Twitter today some specs of the LG Nexus 4. And even though we knew most of those from the extensive previous leaks, the mentioning of a 16GB version came as a nice surprise.
Let's hope it's not a typo. Google's Nexus event is set for October 29, awkwardly coinciding with Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 launch event. The fact that the two events are held on either US coasts doesn't help us journalists a lot too. Still, the final third of October is shaping up to be really exciting for the industry.Source | Via
i was only ever thinking of buying the base model for $299 but if i'm going to splurge then of course it'll just have to be the one with 16gb storage for $349. finally no shame for using t-mobile.
Reading all the comments about android being laggy, it seems that people are too harsh towards android. We have to understand all the fragmentation which google has to create since they are open sourced. They are trying their best not to lock down th...
what that has to do with this? storage does not mean performance you know? all nexus should have microsd expasion slot and that's it.