BY WALTER NGUAMO
Fans of the smartphones from Google’s Nexus series will be glad. Google’s flagship Nexus 4 which was made in partnership with the Korean LG, has seen its price slashed by 100 Euros, going from 249 Euros to 199 Euros for the 8 Go and from 349 Euros to 249 Euros for the 16 Go. They are now available on Google Play, although most African countries will not affected by this price drop. Could this 100 euros mark-off be a sign that a new Nexus is coming out? Everything seems to be pointing to it.
The Nexus 4 is probably the best Android smartphone on the market in terms of price-quality ratio. Although its time seems to have passed, remember that the Nexus 4 still rocks a WXGA IPS screen of 4.7 inches, with a 720p resolution at a 320 ppi. It also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 2 processor and 2Go of RAM and storing space going from 8 Go to 16 Go.