LG has announced that it will be releasing a white version of its popular Android powered LG Nexus 4 device but that it is likely to be the last of their Nexus range. Considering that Google now own Motorola it may be reasonable to assume that they will use their manufacturing arm in order to produce the next phone, or maybe they will opt for a different manufacturer.
The Nexus 4 has proven a very popular phone. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and has a 4.7inch HD screen. It also has Zerogap Touch technology which all combines to total a phone that is certainly no slouch. It has proven a popular device for showcasing the undoubted talents of the Android mobile operating system and it has helped LG along the way too.
There had been rumours circulating that LG would continue their relationship with Google in the manufacture and sale of the Nexus 5. However, this rumour seems to have come to a halt now as LG have announced that an update to the Nexus 4 will be their last foray into the Google partnership.
LG seems to get a bit stroppy at having to announce the news as their VP said that they would never make a Google phone again. However, some back pedalling and back tracking did follow this and the company has said that it is not ruling out the possibility of working with Google in the future. Maybe LG will be one of the early adopters of the upcoming Firefox OS?