LG Nexus 4: Sample Photos Leaked on Google+

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Recently a lot of speculations have been going around about Google’s upcoming Nexus device. This is because the company usually outs a product by this time of the year. To add to the anticipation, new sample photos of LG Nexus 4 were leaked on Google+. The latest leak arrived from a couple of Google and LG employees who posted the sample images on their respective Google+ pages.

Jason Parks, a Google employee and Bae Sang-Hoon, an employee at LG’s Pyeongtaek Learning Center were the ones who posted the sample images. The photos have since been taken down on both pages. However a lot of people took screenshots and started sharing the photo themselves. The photo of an office set up is accompanied with the EXIF data for the image.

LG Nexus 4: Sample Photos Leaked on Google+

 

In the EXIF data, the camera used has been listed as Nexus 4. This clearly indicates that the new Nexus phone has already been manufactured and is being tested. However it is not clear whether the new phone will be officially released as Nexus 4. This could just be a code name or working name.

This is not the first time that rumours regarding Nexus 4 have surfaced on the internet.

Previously an alleged Nexus 4 phone showed up in the Carphone Warehouse’s inventory system. There were also rumours which suggested that Nexus 4 will be launched on October 29. Although no confirmation has arrived from Google, we can surely expect the device to be launched quite soon.

The wait for Nexus 4 is still on until a word of confirmation arrives.

SlashGear

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