Google’s I/O event has been groundbreaking in many ways. One of the company’s biggest announcements however, was when they brought out the Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone on stage. Discussing the device’s potential, the big G announced their plans to made their own version of the latest Galaxy smartphone in the very near future.
Although it currently lacks an official name, the Google-made S4 will feature their beloved Nexus functionality atop it’s Android 4.2 OS. Expectations for the newest version of the company’s mobile system are high, though they have yet to mention anything about it.
Anywho, the Google S4 is completely unlocked, it features an unlocked boot loader, it’s LTE compatible on AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks and it packs 16 GB of internal storage. Google will begin directly selling the device for $649 on June 26.
The phone will for the most part be a Nexus device before a Galaxy device. For those who enjoy their Nexus 7 tablet, this will be your smartphone of choice.
<Source: The Verge>