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Google’s flagship smartphone features a 4.7 inch, 1280 x 720 pixel display, Gorilla Glass on both the front and the back, and a speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor.

The Nexus 4 may not be quite as fast or have quite the same screen resolution as the latest handsets from Samsung, Sony, LG, or HTC. But it’s still an awful lot of phone for $299 and up.

So far it’s only been available in one color: black. Now it’s available in two. And for a limited time Google is also throwing in a free bumper case when you order.

Google Nexus 4 white

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One reply on “Lilbits (5-31-2013): White Nexus 4, Cheap Ivy Bridge PCs”

  1. Intel is focusing its Android-IA project on IvyBridge machines, with no mention of Haswell efforts that I’ve seen. Maybe they don’t keep their project pages updated or maybe we’ll still see IvyBridge processors for a while yet. Or maybe it’s just about the stock of target systems they have on hand in the lab right now.

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