LG Nexus 4 Pictured Again: Latest Leak Confirms Name, Specs and More

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LG Nexus 4 Pictured Again: Latest Leak Confirms Name, Specs and More

 

Google is rumored to officially announce its new Nexus 4 device at the October 29 Android event to be held in New York city. The features and specifications of the upcoming LG Nexus 4 device has already been leaked out in the social media quite a few times, much before the software giant sent out the invites to the media for the upcoming event.

The latest newsbreak on the smartphone has come from the end of @evleaks via Twitter. The trusted source has confirmed the next Google Nexus phone will be manufactured by LG and hence will carry the name of LG Nexus 4. Further the latest report has informed that LG Nexus 4 will be using a 1.5 GHz powered Snapdragon S4 Pro Krait quad-core processor and will ship with 2GB RAM capable of providing better device efficiency.

One of the key anticipated features of LG Nexus 4 is informed to be the presence of 8 megapixels rear camera and 1.3 mega pixels front facing camera. The new Nexus smartphone is also informed to be powered by an efficient 2,100 mAh battery; however the source mentioned that the battery would be non-removable. Regarding dimensions, the handset will feature a thickness of 9.1mm and will weigh approximately 139 grams making it quite easy for users to carry around.

Further, LG Nexus 4 will be reportedly made available to users in two internal storage options including 8GB and 16GB variants.

More details regarding the new Nexus smartphone will be only available once Google officially reveals it on the Android event expected to take place on October 29. Android fans could also expect to witness the launch of the much hyped 32GB Nexus 7 tablet in the same event.

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