Ready for more juicy Nexus rumors? This time, we’ve gotten yet another new shot of the device. While this image isn’t necessarily winning any awards for best dressed it does show us enough to make us believe it’s the same LG-made Nexus phone we’ve seen over and over and over.
Evleaks, the trusted Twitter personality who was our beneficiary for this one, confirmed much of the specs we’ve been hearing for the better part of two weeks now. What hasn’t changed is the 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 4.7 inch display, 720p display (1280×768 to be exact), 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, an 8 megapixel camera and more.
Well, we also now know that the device should come in at just 9.1mm thin, and beneath the back-plate will be a 2,100mAh which we now believe is not user-replaceable.
Those last few words seemingly make this a deal-breaker for many of you, but it’ll be interesting to see whether or not users will value stock, straight-from-Google Android on a phone with such great specs over a phone with a battery that can’t be exchanged.
We’re expecting to learn more come October 29th when Google holds an Android-related press conference in New York City. And beyond hearing news about this new Nexus phone we’re told this event will also serve as the launchpad for Android 4.2 (which we believe is still being called Jelly Bean).
Phandroid will be at the event bringing you everything that comes out of it so you’ll want to check back with us in 10 days for that. Of course, the Nexus leaks will probably keep on rolling between now and then so it’s a good idea to check back every day to make sure you’re synced up with all the latest going on throughout these exciting times. [Thanks, Josh!]
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