There has been a lot of talking about the upcoming Google Nexus Phone, with LG being the device maker this time, or at least one of the makers. The so called LG Optimus Nexus has yet to find an official name, but we may have just found it, through a leak from the Carphone Warehouse system.

As you know, Carphone Warehouse is the biggest independent mobile phone retailer in Europe and it’s based in UK, so that’s why this is so important. The big retailer lists a model called LG Nexus 4, in both black and white versions. It would make sense for this model to be called LG Nexus 4, since it’s the fourth Nexus phone after all. Once again, this is not the final naming of the device, so it could change by the time it hits carriers or the market, but it’s good to have something to work with here.

Over the past days this LG phone has been the subject of a huge amount of leaks, including pictures, specs and whatnot. It’s supposed to run Android 4.2 on top of a quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, with 2 GB of RAM on board as well, 8 megapixel camera and the strange inclusion of merely 8 GB of storage, while lacking a microSD card slot. I hope the last part is not real, since it would be a huge bummer.

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