Everyone had the X's coming out party marked for Google's upcoming I/O Developers Conference. According to Sidehtech, there are no plans to unveil the handset or even the Nexus successor codenamed the Nexus 5 at I/O 2013. Reports say to expect an updated version of the Nexus 4 that offers 32GB of internal storage, plus CDMA and LTE radio support. But who’s to say Google is not planning a stand-alone event for its next-gen smartphone?
Will Not Debut at Google I/O 2013
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