LG has spoken at length about the issues it has had keeping up with Nexus 4 demand. Despite only being sold in a few countries, the Google-sold device is flying off the virtual shelves, and neither company will go beyond promising to rectify the shortage as quickly as possible.
In the meantime, LG has posted a two-minute video showing off many features that are exclusive to Android 4.2, namely the new camera software, Google Now and Photo Sphere. What’s interesting is that the company’s flagship carrier-sold phone, the Optimus G, is stuck on Android 4.0.4 and lacks many of the advancements it is showing off in this clip.
Head past the break for the full experience, and let us know if it whets your appetite for a Nexus 4.