By Christopher Price on February 20, 2013
While others are still selling the LTE variant of the Galaxy Nexus, Verizon stopped long ago. While Google issues firmware updates for it, the carrier has yet to approve any of the last four major Android updates pushed for the Google-backed flagship smartphone.
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By Humberto Saabedra on February 13, 2013
Google pushes out a minor Android Jelly Bean update that kills the LTE access workaround for the Nexus 4, killing the possibility of official LTE support on the device, possibly for good.
By PhoneNews.com Staff on December 14, 2012
Google’s current Nexus smartphone strategy has created an interesting quandary. In many ways, the old Galaxy Nexus trumps Nexus 4, and in many ways, Nexus 4 trumps Galaxy Nexus. We explain why, how, and what you should buy.
Posted in Android, Editorials, Google, LG, Nerds, Reviews, Samsung, Sprint, Verizon | Tagged 4g, Android, Android 4.0, android 4.2, aosp, cdma, faux g, Galaxy Nexus, galaxy note 2, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III, Google, gsm, HP, HSPA+, ics, jb, jelly bean, LTE, microsd, Nexus, Nexus 4, prepaid, sprint, Straight Talk, T-Mobile, UMTS, Verizon, webos, WiMAX | 4 Responses
By Humberto Saabedra on October 30, 2012
Google details this year’s Nexus line and goes into detail about the lack of LTE support on the latest Nexus smartphone