Last week Android and Me reported LG might be working on the next Nexus line smartphone that will use a stock version of Android 4.2. All in all, it was said there would be five Nexus smartphones made by different manufacturers, and the LG Optimus G Nexus would be only one of them. At first no one believed this rumor could be true but Modaco has already confirmed it.
According to the source, the LG Optimus G Nexus will be packed with a quad-core S4 processor, a True-HD IPS screen at a resolution of 1280×768 pixels, 2GB of RAM, an 8MP camera, 8GB and 16GB internal memories with no microSD extension ability, on screen soft keys, non-removable battery, and more interestingly, wireless charging built-in.
Of course, all rumors must be taken with a grain of salt, and this one is no exception but if the aforementioned turns to be real, the rest of manufacturers will have to switch to wireless charging too. Though Android team member, Dan Morrill when sharing his thoughts on Google+ wrote, “reading rumor sites…LOL.” So you decide what to believe in and what not.