By Stephen Schenck | October 19, 2012 1:37 PM
By this point, there have been plenty of leaked pics of LG’s Optimus-G-based Nexus 4 handset, rumored to be debuting at Google’s event in just over a week. While we had the usualy assortment of blurrycam shots at first, some of those subsequent images have been fantastic, and really provided us with a nice look at what to expect from the handset. As we get into the home stretch here, a new pic provides us with an additional vantage point on the Nexus 4, showing the phone with its rear panel removed.
This isn’t a view users of the phone will be seeing much of, with the battery not intended to be user-replaceable, but it’s still interesting to us, all the same. We can see the eight-megapixel camera assembly, along with its flash, and this appears to confirm the presence of a 2100mAh battery.
There’s the usual assortment of spring-loaded connectors for various antennas, in addition to those embedded in the phone’s body itself.
Google’s upcoming event is scheduled for Monday, October 29. Unless we’re way off-base, expect to get the full story on the Nexus 4 then.
Source: Android Central