We keep talking about the upcoming flagship Nexus smartphone, a device that we keep calling LG Nexus 4, without it being officially confirmed. Not even the name of the product is official yet, which is why we’re still naming it the LG Nexus 4, although there are many – maybe too many – leaks detailing the handset.
The LG Nexus 4 is going to be unveiled in late October according to recent reports, but we already know pretty much everything there is to know about the device. A leaked prototype has been in the hands of a tech publication for days now, and we have been able to see the device in crystal clear pictures and virtually take it for a 360 degrees spin.
Continuing from last week, the LG Nexus 4 / LG Optimus Nexus / LG Nexus G / we don’t know what the final name is, posed for a whole bunch of high resolution photographs putting last weeks... blurry pics to shame. We saw leaked specs and even a little mini review of the prototype Nexus all thanks to the Belarusian website, Onliner. It seems the Nexus 7 32GB edition might just be real after a...
With each day that passes by, the LG Nexus 4 becomes more and more ‘boring.’ And by that I don’t mean uninteresting, I simply mean that there are too many leaks detailing the handset well in advanced of its launch.
If there was one piece of the LG Nexus 4 puzzle still missing, and a very important one for that matter, that was definitely the device’s pricing. No tipster has been bold enough to mention any numbers, despite having what looked like a full spec sheet and a release timeframe on our hands for about a week now. No tipster until now…
The LG Nexus 4 rumors and leaks keep coming in, and although we have seen already a first batch of LG Nexus images, we’re about to offer you access to a new set of pictures. This time around, we’re looking at much better, clearer photos. In fact we’re getting closer and closer to press photo quality.
Today is quite a day for Android rumors and leaks, especially when it comes to devices such as the upcoming LG Nexus 4 (that’s what the device is called these days, although LG Optimus G Nexus is also a name we use for it) or the Samsung Galaxy S3 mini.