The LG Nexus 4 is currently tech’s worst kept secret. It’s been all over the Web the last month in particular, and yet again the device is receiving a full on expose, this time by the reputable @evleaks. There’s nothing new here, folks — merely confirmation of information that was previously disclosed. Yep, it’ll likely have a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor.
The above image doesn’t really reveal all that much about the device’s looks. You could mistake it for plenty of other handsets out there, though previous leaked images suggest the back will sport an interesting design. Other design aspects, if @evleaks is to be trusted, include 9.1mm thickness and a weight of 139g.
Internally, aside from the S4 Pro, the Nexus 4 will sport a 720p display (1280×768), 2GB of RAM, 8GB and 16GB internal storage (why so low?), 8-megapixel rear cam (1.3-megapixel front), Android build JB MR1 (unknown variation of Jelly Bean), and a 2,100mAh battery.
It’ll certainly be interesting to see how the device is priced. But for something with such low storage (16GB isn’t thaaaat bad, but as the highest option, it seems limiting), and absent of LTE, it becomes a conflict when there are other great devices available. Perhaps we’ll find out where the Nexus 4 stands after Google’s Oct. 29 event.