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Korean smartphone manufacturer LG has released a new video on its YouTube page: the first trailer of the Nexus 4. In the rather lengthy (not that we’re complaining) video, LG shows off the Nexus 4 being used in a variety of situations that make full use of Google’s “pure” Android Jelly Bean experience. Features such as Google Now, Google Maps with turn-by-turn navigation and also the cool Photo Sphere app are highlighted in the video as they help one man go through his day.
In addition, LG was also quick to show off the stunning hardware and body of the Nexus 4. Besides the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, LG wanted to really highlight the Nexus 4’s unique back, which is both understated and immensely cool at the same time.
For all the criticism that it has been getting recently from our readers over its expected local pricing, we have to admit that LG and Google have produced quite a stunning blend of hardware and software with the Nexus 4, regardless of what its official price ends up being.