The Optimus G Nexus
keeps on slipping through the NDA cracks
, and today we have another batch of clear photos showcasing the device with its rounded Nexus-y shape, which is quite different from what we saw when LG invited us to check out the "real" Optimus G in Korea
An XDA-Devs member leaked the pictures below, and also spelled out the specifications, confirming what we know so far, and, unfortunately, the fact that he didn't see a microSD card slot along with the device.
We say unfortunately, since he checked, and the device has just 8GB of internal memory, rocking it like your average midranger these days.
- CPU: core quad ARMv7 1.5GHz
- RAM: 2 GB
- Memory: 8GB (and I haven't found SD slot)
- GPU: Adreno 320
- Android version: JellyBeanMR1
- Kernel 3.4.0
- Screen: 768x1184 (320 dpi)
- Camera: 8 MP
Google apparently wants its Nexus stable to be more reliant on cloud storage than manufacturers themselves usually do, but let's see a launch announcement and pricing, and then we'll talk whether 8GB is decent or not, since it might have just wanted to keep the device affordable.
A NenaMark 2 bench appeared as well, confirming the HD+ screen resolution, and the powerful Adreno 320 GPU, so we can sleep tight knowing that we are covered in high specs comfort with the Optimus G Nexus.
There was also a camera sample, which is just someone's ball of spaghetti, but reveals the camera capabilities for the first time since we tested the 13MP module in our hands-on with the Optimus G, which is the bigger brother of the 8MP one in the LG Nexus.
New pictures of the LG Optimus G Nexus leak, plus specs and a camera sample