Newest LG Nexus leaked pictures reveal more of its design

It sure has been an exciting, leak filled week for those following all of the newest LG Nexus news. From the first signs of the device in the FCC filings to that strange shot of a bowl of spaghetti, the leaks seem to be coming on a daily basis. This latest set of shots comes courtesy of a generous poster over at the XDA forums. As mentioned before, the LG Nexus looks very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, save for a little shine around the bezel. As far as the innards, here is what the poster reveals:

  • CPU: quad core ARMv7 1.5GHz
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Memory: 8GB (no SD slot)
  • GPU: Adreno 320
  • Android version: JellyBeanMR1
  • Kernel 3.4.0
  • Screen: 768×1184 (320 dpi)
  • Camera: 8 MP


Although it may look the same as the Galaxy Nexus, it’s obviously packing a much bigger punch, and with that resolution and DPI, we can deduce that it’ll rock close to a 4.7-inch display. All of these specs fall directly in line with the FCC filing that we ran across last week which revealed a GSM device that’ll lack LTE capabilities which eliminates early thoughts of this device possibly being the Optimus G, but it will still hold its own. At this rate we should hopefully see an official announcement soon. Hit the break for an additional shot of the back of the device, and hit the source link for a pretty good read from other posters asking the original poster questions about the device.  


source:  XDA Forums

About the Author: Sean Stewart

Born in Tennessee yet raised in Florida, Sean is an analyst now living back in Tennessee. His love for gadgets and electronics began in the early 90’s when he received a Sony Walkman for Christmas. At the time, he felt the cassette tape playing, Mega-Bass wielding, three-band equalizer piece of electronics was as good as it'll ever get. There was also the original Nintendo which consumed countless hours of his youth, followed by every follow-up version, a Sega Genesis, PlayStations, and Xboxes. He was a little late to the smartphone party however, not being exposed to one until running a jail-broken, 2nd Gen iPhone on T-Mobile’s network. His phone of choice now is the Galaxy Nexus. He spends most of his free time with his wife and two daughters.

  • Guillermo Perez-Arguello

    Good specs, stop using on screen keys. Caps are more reliable

    • Saif

      You’re trying to hold the future back by saying stop using on screen keys

    • Nicholas Salgado

      i like on screen keys … i hate how the samsung 3 has there keys

  • Alex

    Horrible…8gb? No sd slot? No.lte? Wow, never thought we would go backwards but here we are one year later in 2010.
    So disappointed with these lines hard drive space and non removable batteries, becoming idroids soon.

    I hope htc make a nexus phone, lte, and sd slots with 16 or 32gb

  • Travis Stanley

    Am I the only one that noticed the XDA app?

  • Harry

    8GB?? There is NO way Google will launch a smartphone in 2012 with 8GB of storage.

  • Haluk Furkan Özdemir

    what the hell is this

  • Nicholas Salgado

    no sd card and 8gb….. this must mean its gonna be more focused on cloud storage