Google and LG aren't exactly trying hard to keep the highly-anticipated LG Nexus 4 a secret, are they? After a number of leaks, rumors, and a confirmation of its arrival from an LG representative, the yet-unannounced smartphone has appeared online once again. This time, the LG Nexus 4 is being handled in a brief hands-on video, courtesy of the Swedish carrier 3. And to our delight, the device is turned on most of the time, letting us take a peak at Android 4.2, which is expected to run on it upon launch.
Sadly, our Swedish isn't very good, so we have little idea as to what the guy is saying. Nevertheless, checking out the video is recommended, especially as we won't be seeing the LG Nexus 4 being unveiled in New York today as the Google event has been canceled.
Translate to the guy who is speaking:
Let us take a quick look at the new Nexus 4 from LG. Nice, thinn design. On/off button on the right side, volyme on the left and a micro sim slot. Micro usb in the buttom. Lets start the screen. Pure android interface. Here is the main meny with all the apps, quick high resulotion screen.