If you own a Nexus 4, you’re probably getting fairly worried that your still-relevant device will be getting left behind this year like its well-loved predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was last year. It turns out, your worry may be in vain. Two Google employees were spotted posting on the Chromium section of code.google.com mentioning running Android L on their Nexus 4′s, build LRW52G.
Although this may just be a version that only a Google employee would be running, it at least gives some hope to Nexus 4 users not wanting to upgrade good hardware for great software. Further evidence for the penultimate Nexus’ future upgrade is the fact that the Android One devices will be receiving Android L, and they are far inferior to LG’s Nexus 4 in terms of specs.
So what do you think? Will you Nexus 4 get the new Android upgrade, or will you have to root to get your next sweet Android fix? Leave a comment below to start the discussion.