Rumour has it Google's got an updated version of the Nexus 4 incoming. This one's apparently meant to come packing LTE, or at least an LTE antenna, given that there's actually an inactive LTE chip inside the current Nexus 4, 32GB of storage, and Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Sketchy or logical?
Now, take this rumour with a massive pinch of salt of course, but if it was true, if Google fixed about the only flaw with the current Nexus 4 -- now that we're a 4G-packing country -- would it sway you away from the likes of the gorgeous HTC One or the power-house that is the Samsung Galaxy S4? Presumably it'd still be super-cheap for a flagship phone, so it'd be quite a bargain.
If it's true, we'll likely see it at Google I/O in May, when we're expecting to get eyes-on with Key Lime Pie, and Google's Xbox-Live-equivalent for Android. Perhaps it could be a developer device? And a very tasty one at that. [Sidhtech via Android Authority]