New, clearer images of LG Nexus 4 come forth

New, clearer images of LG Nexus 4 come forth

As if we expected anything else, yet more photos have emerged for the upcoming LG Nexus 4.  For those not keeping track, this is the E960 handset that is also known as the Optimus G Nexus.  The images you see here today come courtesy of Belarusian site Onliner who were able to spend time with the new LG device.  Confirmed are details such as quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB RAM, and a gorgeous 4.7-inch 1280×768 display.  Powered by Android 4.1.2, it’s not entirely impossible to have the rumored 4.2 ready to roll whenever it’s announced.  Speaking of which, October 29 sounds like a good day to us.

Have you see the other images so far?

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Via: The Verge

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