Nexus 4 Makes An Appearance In White; Coming Soon?

It looks like LG and Google are soon going to unveil a white Nexus 4. The folks over at Tinhte have managed to get their hands on a white Nexus 4.

Externally, there are no changes in the white Nexus 4, except for everything being white compared to the black variant that is available now. The crystal reflection as seen on the black Nexus 4 is also visible on the white Nexus 4 under the right angles and lighting conditions.

Like the Galaxy Nexus though, the front of the white Nexus 4 is absolutely black, making for a nice (or weird) contrast.

At the moment it is unconfirmed as to when Google and LG plan to release the white variant of the Nexus 4. Up until now, LG and Google had been struggling to meet the demand of the Nexus 4, and it was only yesterday that the handset went back in sale on the Play Store in the United States and Canada.

Head over to Tinhte for more pictures of the Nexus 4 in white.

Nokia N9 To Get a Software Update and a New Color Soon!

Today, Nokia has announced that the Nokia N9 – probably the last MeeGo handset produced by the company – will soon be available in a new color, white. Considering how complex the manufacturing process of white products is, the company decided to take time and release the best possible quality for its consumers.

The white N9 will sport a glossy finish (Hello fingerprints!), instead of the matte finish its other color variants have. The white colored N9 will hit the retail stores sometime in Q4 of 2011, with 64GB of on-board memory.

The company also announced that it will be soon rolling out a new software update for the handset. The new software update will bring new usability enhancements like music controls on the lock screen, and the ability to close apps by swiping them down. The software update will also add NFC tag reading ability to the handset.

The Nokia N9 recently hit the retail stores in selected regions of the world, and has been getting positive reviews by everyone on the Internet. This has made many people to doubt Nokia’s decision of killing MeeGo and adopting WP7 instead.