As we patiently wait for Google to officially confirm the availability of the elusive white Nexus 4 variant, we have some high quality images for you to enjoy which shows off the added beauty for the very first time. Unfortunately though, it looks like those of you who are hoping for a 32GB model are set for a big disappointment.
The white Nexus 4 was inexplicably absent from Google’s I/O showing, an event which many consumers thought would be the perfect opportunity to showcase the white model for the first time. It didn’t happen though for whatever reason, but it looks like June 10 could be the new date for when Google will finally be ready.
The guys over at Android Police have managed to obtain some official press renders of the white model, giving you a close up look at the device for the first time – rather than the leaked images you may have already seen. We now are able to get a proper look at the front, black and side of the device – once again confirming that the white model will still feature black colors on the front.
While it is very pleasing to assume that a release is on the way thanks to these images, the bad news is that Google may still have no plans to offer a 32GB version of the Nexus 4. It’s no secret that many consumers now believe 16GB to be too small, especially when you consider that system resources take up a bulk of that memory, and the fact that you can’t expand memory with Micro SD cards.
Instead though, we’re hearing that the white Nexus 4 will still be offered in 8GB or 16GB versions only. That is pretty strange when you consider that only a measly 5GB is available on the 8GB version. With this in mind, tell us your thoughts on the upcoming release of a white Nexus 4.
Do you only want one if Google can offer a 32GB version?
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