The same guys that have been leaking images of the LG Nexus just posted a full review. Now they don’t have a finished product as they do call it a “prototype”, but they still offer further insight on the device and make a lot of comparisons to the Galaxy Nexus. The LG Nexus comes in at 9.2mm thick (0.30 thicker than the GNex) and weighs 139 grams. It’s 1.5mm shorter than the Galaxy Nexus, but it’s 1.3mm wider.
There are no contacts for wireless devices. They mention the back being smooth and glossy with the possibility that it’s scratch resistant glass. They couldn’t scratch it with a key.The mosaic image we have seen in the images is there, but it’s underneath this scratch resistant glass. The sides sport a matte black rubberized plastic, and the front has glossy plastic. As far as design, the last item mentioned was the fact that the battery is non removable.
The display is 4.7-inches, is IPS, and it looks amazing. As far as the 8MP camera goes, they didn’t get to much into it, but they did post a good number of pictures taken from the device for you to judge yourself. It does have the quad-code Snapdragon S4 (APQ8064) and 2GB of RAM, but benchmark tests weren’t all that great. They think the reason is the fact that it’s not a finished product.
The prototype they have was only running Android 4.1.2, so nothing could be offered on the supposed Android 4.2 update. Since this is a prototype, there is a lot of bugs so obviously it’s not ready for primetime, which is expected. There’s a lot more information and images in the review so hit the source link to check it out.