Even though the Google-bound LG Nexus4 handset is not all official yet, what it looks like it’s been reviewed by Belarusian site Onliner. Not only the site gave us first in-depth look at the phone, it has also confirmed the hardware, software, and everything else on it — thanks to benchmarks test.
Running Android v4.1.2 Jelly Bean [4.2 to be ported when released], the new Google LG Nexus4 handset will sport a 4.7-inch (1280 × 768p) TrueHD IPS+ display. To be powered by a powerful Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, clocked at 1.5 GHz, it will also pack an 8MP shooter in tow.
Other features also include 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage (no MicroSD slot).
According to rumors, the new device will be retailing for only $399 [8GB model], and we suspect 16GB version to be tagged at around $449.
To make it clear, the device reviewed by Onliner is an early production unit, and in no way a final product; but it won’t be long when we will be getting our first look at the device later this month, on October 29.
On the other hand, as we already know that LG Nexus4 will sport almost identical specs to the Optimus G [not mention to shooter’s pixels]; now LG lets slipped the more details on the phone. That said; LG just has published a lengthy 4-minute product video [of Optimus G] on its official YouTube account, which could give us a glimpse at the upcoming device ’ [Nexus] specs and design too. Head over down and hit play button for your watching pleasure. More pictures below, after the break.
Source - Onliner.by (Google Translate)