If you are anything like us, you have been salivating with each new detail revealed about the upcoming LG Nexus phone. Now we might just have the motherlode of all leaks, as the same site that provided us with a clear first look at the handset has provided a full review of the prototype in their hands. The final verdict, as you might expect, was open-ended, with the folks at Onliner pointing out the rather buggy nature of the pre-release device and its early software build of Android 4.1.2. Sans final optimizations, performance was said to be subpar for a device sporting a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU and 2GB RAM.
A few more details are revealed, including a multi-colored notification light not unlike that of the Galaxy Nexus and the presence of a microSIM slot near the volume rocker thanks to the phone’s non-removable battery. The handset comes in slightly larger than the Galaxy Nexus in both with and thickness, and the patterned rear of the device is said to be crafted of a smooth glossy material that might be a scratch-resistant glass. Head on over to the link below for a few more images.
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