More Nexus 4 leaks – pre-order page and two color options spotted

At this point, we already know just about everything about the LG Nexus 4 when it comes to hardware specifications, but the latest leak hints at some upcoming Android 4.2 features that we’ve yet to see before. The picture you see above comes to us from Carphone Warehouse’s very own  pre-order page for the device that has unsurprisingly been taken down. Also found is a picture of the online retailer’s inventory system that shows off two color options for the device.

While Android 4.2 will still remain under the Jelly Bean branch, there seems to be some interesting features that are sure to impress. One said feature could be a “360° Camera”, which will be interesting to see in action. Then again, it may be as something as simple as a 360° panorama photo. We could also seem a new Swype-like, gesture keyboard feature in the upcoming version of the OS.

Expected to land just a day after the official October 29th announcement, the Nexus 4 looks like it will be offered in both black and white, much like the LG Optimus G. According to the leaked inventory shot, you can also expect the device to to run you £389.95 (around $630).

While we’ll likely see different storage capacities of the Nexus 4, an 8GB version (without a micro SD card slot) seems to be popping up more than any other. We’d also hope that the Nexus 4 is a pentaband device, which would allow support for both AT&T and T-Mobile HSPA+ support.


Anyone already sold on the Nexus 4? Sound off in the comments below!

[Via: The Verge]

  • Rosi

    without LTE…in US….no point in launching..the device….

    • Anonymous

      I personally couldn’t care less about LTE. You can wait for the crappy Verizon version. 😉

      • Maciej Radzik

        LTE is turning out to be a complete “we got you by your balls” scheme with every single carrier launching a different frequency.  I don’t think we’ll ever see a LTE world phone.  In the US alone how many bands do we have as of now… 5-6??  Who knows.  I’ll stick to HSPA for now.  I’m perfectly happy with 10 Mbps I get on T-Mobile in Chicago

        • Anonymous

          Exactly. I’ll avoid anything that will compromise my battery life as much as LTE does. It’ll get better, but it’s just not good enough for me yet. 

  • tdoughone

    the last thing I am interested in right now is LTE lol. You are getting 42mbps with this phone along with better battery life. Once you throw LTE on the phone, its carrier branded and you’ll be waiting as long as any other android phone for an update. If you are smart, you buy this phone off contract, go to t-mobile prepaid and pay so much cheaper a month. Oh well, a few more hours until this beauty is released lol.

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