Here’s your first look at the LG Optimus G Nexus

Here’s your first look at the LG Optimus G Nexus

We’ve heard plenty these last few days about the alleged details for the upcoming LG Optimus G Nexus, but we’ve yet to see how it appears.  That changes tonight as four new images have surfaced for the next big Pure Google release.  Tech site baraholka.onliner.by is the first place to offer up the good ands, from the early look, it’s a sleek and sexy Android.  According to an AndroidAndMe source, this is the same device that they spent time with just a few days back.

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Meanwhile, over at XDA, things are unfolding with another gallery of so-called Optimus G Nexus images.  Said to carry a model number of E960, the phone has a codename of Mako, Android 4.1.2, and a firmware called adudani. Looking closely, it’s possible that the phone you see here is actually the same as above, save for a little plastic housing to disguise the appearance.  Apparently the handset works on both AT&T and T-Mobile networks, a good sign of an unlocked GSM model bound for Google Play Store.

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33 Comments

  1. Flyer4Fun
    October 09, 02:20 Reply

    What crazy man make a foto in front of his dirty kitchen? 😀

  2. Technohead95
    October 09, 03:14 Reply

    Looks great except for the huge amounts of bezel at the top and bottom of the screen. One of the key reasons for having the software button bar is to allow the screen to take up a larger % of the front profile of the phone. This appears to have decreased the screen-to-front-profile size ratio which is a real shame. Having said that, if everything else about this phone is top notch spec then I can look past that.

  3. Said Tahsin Dane
    October 09, 04:05 Reply

    If it were a Nexus device, there wont be “with Google” on the back. Only “Google” is written on the back of the nexus devices.

  4. jaybadman
    October 13, 01:05 Reply

    last pure google device from lb the tmobile g2x need i say more

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