Because then you always have a bit of stress when there is something for which you need the guarantee. And it is not yet clear whether these devices can be repaired at the dealer around the corner.
Google’s annual developer fair, known as Google I / O, is getting closer and, as always, expectations are very, very high. In the past, the search giant presented new flagships and new products at the fair. Such as Google Music, Google Now and the Nexus 7 Tablet. A while ago there were rumors that a successor to the Nexus 4 would be presented at this year’s conference and maybe even the Motorola X Phone. But a new report says that is probably not the case.
The report comes from the Australian side Sidhtech. It says that Google will not present a Nexus 5 or a Motorola X smartphone on the Google I / O. It is more likely that Google will show an improved version of the Nexus 4, with LTE and CDMA, which are supposed to work with Sprint and Verizon. There are of course other announcements as well, but apparently no other devices. In addition, the “new” Nexus 4 should then also be equipped with 32 GB of memory. Previously there were only 8 GB and 16 GB versions.
The conference will take place from May 15th to May 17th.