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Take a Look at the Nexus 4 in These Leaked Photos

We've already seen Nexus devices from HTC, Samsung and Asus, and now it looks like LG is about to join the short list of manufacturers that have managed to score a partnership with Google. The much-rumored Nexus 4 is an LG device that has been in the headlines over the last few weeks. Earlier this week, French newspaper Le Figaro reported the new device would be unveiled on October 29. That's still a few weeks away. Lucky for us, we don't have to wait that long to get an eyeful of the LG Nexus 4.

Complementing previously leaked pictures of the phone, tech.onliner.by has posted numerous photos showing every side of the LG device in question. The unannounced smartphone is rumored to pack a quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 1280×768-pixel display, as well as Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Check the pictures below and let us know what you think.

For the full gallery, head on over to tech.online.by.

 

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  • dthx
    What's the purpose of putting an iPhone next to it on the photo ???
    Must absolutely every smartphone be compared with a phone that still more than 99% of the earth's population doesn't own?
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  • RabidFace
    Hopefully this partnership means better support for OS updates with LG phones. Maybe we are going to start seeing less of a segmented Android phone market as well. Only time will tell.

    Other than that, good for LG.
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  • whiteodian
    I was looking at the LG phone and thinking, why is the front-facing camera off to the side. I then noticed the iPhone had its camera right in the middle. For those of us who like symmetry, Apple got it right! The most important question about this phone is, will it have an FM tuner? Second most important: With the current Nexus selling for $349, how much will this guy cost and will the 1-year old Nexus be phased out or go any lower? I want one. Currently using an off-contract carrier ($45 a month unlimited?) and I've been happy. Looking for a new android or WP8 device.
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  • leeashton
    FM tuner, who gives a f**k, download one lasy
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  • whiteodian
    leeashtonFM tuner, who gives a f**k, download one lasyDon't be rude. FM tuner is hardware based. I have TuneIn radio, but really would like the hardware based tuner. GS3 international version has one. The Nexus doesn't. It also means I wouldn't be eating up data and occasionally lose my cell connection when running on a local trail. It's a basic feature that carriers often take out of contract phones. About the FM tuner being the most important feature, I was kidding. The most important feature is if it cooks bacon.
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  • boiler1990
    Why LG? Their devices have barely been mediocre the last few years.

    I'm still waiting for the Motorola Nexus. The other OEMs are successful enough that making a Nexus in-house won't impact their sales at all.
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  • spidey81
    No replaceable battery?!?! For shame Google, for shame...
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  • belardo
    More and more phones are having non-replaceable batteries. You know... smaller, thinner, more water proof.
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  • belardo
    Is it just me, or is this device... ho-hum?
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  • spentshells
    belardoIs it just me, or is this device... ho-hum?Yep looks pretty boring
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