LG Nexus 4 visual precedes confirmed specs

By Daniel Chubb - Oct 26, 2012

With just a few days to go until the Google’s LG Nexus 4 is confirmed, it now seems that someone else beat Google to the announcement thanks to a leaked screenshot. The UK were also treated to some LG Nexus 4 details thanks to Carphone Warehouse, which included full specs pointing out the screen size, resolution, camera, and a little more.

The LG Nexus 4 picture is thanks to Twitter user @evleaks, which is interesting considering some of you might notice a few changes when compared to other photo leaked in the past. These changes are only minor like the branding on the rear side that point to the LG brand and Nexus 4 phone. You can see another picture from the same source below, although it is worth pointing out that until the phone has been confirmed by Google, or LG, we should take these photos with a pinch of salt, even if they do look solid.

Google’s latest branded smartphone had also leaked onto the popular Carphone Warehouse website, as mentioned above, and since that leak just under 24 hours ago we’ve seen the page pulled. This is always a clear sign that the LG Nexus 4 specs shown were real, so it is well worth taking a look at them.

LG Nexus 4 specs from leaked pagethis source claims that the new Google phone has a 4.7-inch screen at 320 PPI, an 8MP camera, and horsepower comes from a quad-core Snapdragon processor. Like the iPhone 5 running iOS 6, you will also be able to take panoramic photos in 360 degrees. This is pretty much all that we know from leaked specs on that page, although we are aware of other features from previous rumors.

Are you interested in the LG Nexus 4, and are there key specs needed to secure your purchase? You can read about other features for this phone in our earlier article, although this is again from rumors and not confirmed news.

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  • Viktor reznov

    Ios should go burn in hell

  • dave

    exactly Mark, its BS espcially when reviewers come out with the same crap.

    Nexus range/ android is the future. IOS is dated, boring and limited.

  • Marc

    ffs. Android has had panorama on the cameras for years. Why now is every article suggesting that this is Android releasing a new feature after Apple?