The Google I / O ends today and it is clear that this issue really worth its weight in gold. Just for Google+ and Google Maps, frankly it was worth the detour. However, and contrary to what foreshadowed the latest rumors to date, Google has not introduced the new version of Android, or even the famous white Nexus 4 which has caused much ink since the beginning of the year. It's terrible, necessarily, but know all de same as the site Android and Me has apparently managed to get a little more information on the subject. 4.3 Jelly Bean and the new Nexus 4 could then be presented at the 10 June, during a dedicated event.
This rumor, like all others, should obviously be taken with caution. It seems that the site is able to obtain this information from a source anonymous, close the file and working for the company altogether, a source which is obviously knows nothing. Suffice to say that in this context, it is better not to pack too quickly.
However, the interesting thing is that Android and Me is downright managed to get hold of a copy of the white Nexus 4. According to the site, it would be an exact copy of the current Nexus 4 and thus benefit the same lines, the same materials and the same technical specifications. It is thus a question of a 4.7 inch screen with a resolution of 1280 × 768, a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2 GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel sensor and so on. Note however that the site did not mention the storage capacity of the terminal and this is normal because there was talk for a time, that it takes advantage of 32 GB of disk space, against 8 GB or 16 GB the current version of the device.
Jelly Bean 4.3: just an update
Although we do not really know why Google has not made Jelly Bean 4.3 during its Google I / O, the site sources indicate to them that the "reveal" will take place on June 10. However, do not expect a revolution since the new version of Android will be a simple update, an update which will land elsewhere on the Nexus 4, Nexus and Nexus 7 from 10 next month.
In short, with a little luck, you should be able to enjoy the white Nexus 4 before going on vacation. And that's still cool. Otherwise, if you like white, you can always fall back on the Galaxy S4 "Pure" presented at the Google I / O.