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LG Nexus 4 camera pictures appear online

Yet another LG leak, this time it's images purportedly taken with the LG Nexus 4 camera

LG is really not very good at keeping secrets. First, there were lots of leaked images of the Nexus 4 and now we have even more to look at in the form of images supposedly taken with its camera.

Russian website Onliner posted the two images, which reveal the sort of quality we might see from the finished LG Optimus Nexus 4 and its rumoured 8MP camera. While a lot of EXIF data – the technical information about a picture – is missing, a 4.6mm focal length is revealed.

The level of detail in the two sample images looks relatively good but picture quality is likely to change as we head towards the final release – so don’t read too much into what you see. It’s ultimately more clarification that LG will be releasing the next Google Nexus smartphone.

Rumours suggest the Nexus 4 will come equipped with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with Adreno 320 graphics, so it should perform magnificently. Also, as with all Nexus models, you’ll get the latest version of Android – in this case, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean – without any unnecessary clutter.

Scroll on down for the pictures in question.

[Onliner via GSM Arena]

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