LG Nexus 4 has got to be one of the worst kept secrets out there, since it has leaked a lot, shown its face in photos a lot, press renders too and it even got reviewed. Today its quick start guide gets published on the LG official support page, but under the codename LGE960, also associated with the device.


You can check it out over here, if you want to have a glimpse at the small manual. Thanks to it we also find out that the device will come in an 8GB and 16 GB version, while the back of the handset is said to feature an induction coil for wireless charging. On a stranger note, it appears that the prototype of the LG Nexus 4 was forgotten in a bar, then found, unclaimed and returned to Google. The strange thing is that the person who found the phone was actually threatened with the police, after the person who lost the device didn’t admit losing it.

Quite a strange story this one… It reminds me of the scandal in 2010 when an Apple employee forgot an iPhone 4 in a bar and the guy who found it sold it to Gizmodo for $5000. The police also got involved then and it was a huge scandal. This time it’s a lighter one, but still a scandal. I smell PR stunt…

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