Earlier this week Google officially announced the Nexus 4. It’s a beautiful device on paper and comes equipped with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor clocked at 1.5GHz, a 4.7-inch True HD IPs display, 8GB or 16GB of storage, an 8-megapixel camera and 2GB of RAM, among other specs. But the real kicker is that it doesn’t support 4G LTE networks, even though Google launched 4G LTE capable versions of the Galaxy Nexus.
Google already explained why it didn’t include LTE this time around, but it still has me pretty bummed. Will you avoid the Nexus 4 because it doesn’t have 4G LTE or is having the latest version of Android ahead of everyone else more important? Sound off below.
Update: We’ve fixed a typo and added a new “No” answer for those who didn’t find the other ones sufficient. The changes should be visible shortly.