LG has officially revealed a white version of its Nexus 4 smartphone. The lighter-colored version of the Android flagship device was first shown in leaked images this past January, but today LG formally announced that it will start rolling out the handset in Hong Kong tomorrow and in select North American, European, Asian and Middle Eastern markets “over the next several weeks.”
The white Nexus 4 will only be a cosmetic shakeup from the original handset, as LG says that all the internals from the black Nexus 4 are in the new version as well. For the unfamiliar, that means that the Nexus 4 White will come with a 4.7-inch 1280 x 768 display, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2 GB of RAM and, most notably, the latest version of stock Android Jelly Bean and all the Google-centric features it provides.
No further availability or pricing details were mentioned, but TechnologyGuide has reached out to LG for comment and will update this post accordingly. As a reminder, the current Nexus 4 is sold directly from the Google Play store with prices starting at $300 for an 8 GB model.