It was only last fall that LG teamed up with Google to release the successful Nexus 4 smartphone, but word on the street is that the duo is at it again with another Nexus smartphone in the pipeline.
The Korea Times has reported that Google CEO Larry Page and LG’s chief executive Koo Bon-joon held a meeting recently in South Korea, during which the two discussed the best ways to further their business relationship. This, of course, includes more deals between the two and LG is supposedly now working on another Nexus smartphone. The other project said to come out of this endeavor is an “LG-Google OLED TV.”
Obviously, things are still in the early stages, so there’s no news about when the phone might be coming out or what features it will have. But there are some factors that consumers are going to be tempted to assume, mainly that this next Nexus smartphone might have 4G LTE connectivity, a significant feature that the Nexus 4 surprisingly lacked.