All Android fans are sad to hear that Google’s event in NYC has been canceled. Now we will have to wait more to hear about all those goodies, like Android 4.2, the new Nexus 7 version, the Nexus 10 and of course, that mighty LG Nexus 4 we have been drooling over for quite some time. If you need something to keep you strong, though, we have a new leak for you to stare at until Google decides to throw this delayed party.
Turns out LG Australia accidentally released a Quick Start Guide for the LG Nexus 4, which was quickly pulled from the site. The guide confirms the LG Nexus 4 name and the pulled site mentioned both an 8 GB and 16 GB version coming. We still have no idea if the 8 GB variant will come with that rumored $400 price tag, but we should find out more as soon as this event actually takes place.
And if you were wondering, the guide also brings an induction coil to light, meaning you will be able to charge this device wirelessly. Like NFC, this is a technology that hasn’t been widely adopted, but we love the fact that Google and other Android manufacturers are testing the waters. It might fail, it might not, but taking risks is key for tech evolution.
The device images are labeled with things like the front and back cameras, the notification light right under the screen, speaker slit and all other components. The hardware and design is everything we have been expecting so far, so download the PDF to take a look and let’s cry together over having to wait more.
[Via: Engadget PDF]
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