Bluetooth’s certifications for the LG’s smartphone reveals the 4G LTE (model: LG-E960) is in works and also revealed a Nexus 5 (model LG D821) and the Google’s Nexus 4 made by LG wasn’t supported the 4G LTE officially yet.
However, many users also got the tricks to use LTE on previous models such as entering to debug menu and changing settings, using custom APN settings in phones etc. But, these tricks wasn’t working for all carriers. There was rumors that LTE enabled Nexus 4 is in works and the Bluetooth’s certification confirmed those rumors.
The upcoming LTE supported Nexus 4’s designs (LG-E960) were submitted to Bluetooth.org on October 24 and listed on very next day and the description in the listing titles the device as LGE LTE Mobile Phone (LG-E960). The listing is linked to LG Nexus 4 model as well as LG-D821, a model number confirmed as upcoming Nexus 5 in the recent service manual leak.
Regarding the pricing, The Nexus 5 is said to be starting with $349 for 16GB model (as suggested by Google’s recent listing and withdrawing of Nexus 5 in Google Play Store). The current available LG Nexus 4 is available for $249 and the Nexus LTE model might be priced $50 more – $299.