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LG Nexus 4 Poses Nude, Reveals Sultry Cell Phone Parts

The LG Nexus 4 decided to leave the house without clothes on today, revealing all of its lovely lady secrets to the world, only a week or so before it officially takes the stage with Google in NYC. Here we have a non-cosmetically enhanced non-removable battery, an 8MP shooter with flash that is sure to get the boys excited, lacy exposed wires (as if running around with your backside exposed wasn’t enough exposure), piercings in all the right places, and a silky, seductive black finish. Mmm, girl, do work.

Via:  Android Central

  • Anonymous Coward

    Non-removable battery and cells made in China. That sucks.
    I’ve never seen a Li-Ion battery made in China that wasn’t a piece of crap which lasted more than 6 months. I think I’ll be happy to keep my GNex for a bit longer.

  • master94

    Why not include a removable battery? I can see Google saying no to microsd cards in order to increase use of the cloud but what do they gain from removing removable batteries?

  • a.youth.in.Asia

    I don’t see any hair… I’m going to need to see your I.D.

  • snowblind64

    Pretty ugly if you ask me! Sloppy wiring and crumpled EMI shields don’t help. My GNex is way sexier on the inside!

  • I have 8 more to return my Galaxy S3……Should I return and wait? I mean this S3 is awesome side the fact that Samsung radio’s suck ass. Why can’t they fix this crap?

    Should I take it back and wait? What is the guestimate on this being released? Will it hit Verizon?

    • Adam Brandt

      The S3 doesn’t use a Samsung radio, it uses the integrated radio made by Qualcomm in the S4. This uses a Qualcomm S4 pro, and while the radio isn’t integrated in the quad core like the dual core, it most likely uses a Qualcomm external radio as well, same as the S3

      • Agree, however I meant the radio they choose to install in their phones. Samsung branded phone with poor innards = poor image of Samsung devices.

  • Larizard

    So no LTE.. i’m gonna have to wait for the Occam…

  • joe consumer

    Guys, Google is singlehandedly trying to reform cellular purchasing in America

  • Mario Mendez

    Kellex gonna take Nexus 4 out to eat tonight

    • Damn right. Lobster in this piece.

  • Does pulling off the back void the warranty?

  • ArrowCool

    This reads like a Penthouse forum letter.

    Dear Penthouse, I never thought this could happen to me…

  • willsours

    The non-removable battery is complete garbage. Almost makes me want to dump Android and get a blackberry. Apple copying fools.

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  • Charlie

    Still think this is the only Nexus phone we see at this event or this year for that matter.

  • SilverUberXeno

    That battery can be removed.

    Anything can be removed with a hammer.

    • sc4fpse

      +1 for brute force.

  • Kellex: You’re crazy, man. You’re crazy. I like you, but you’re crazy.

  • Won’t buy for the sole reason of a non removable battery.

  • humidity

    I’d sure like to put my LTE in that!

    • Hah!

    • KB26

      Way faster than that GSM.

    • KB26

      I wish I could put my expandable storage in there though…

    • michael arazan

      Now that’s an Unskinned Phone

  • I need a new Android Phone, and I need to stay on Verizon. Should I get a RAZR MAXX HD (love the battery, hate the camera), GS3 (ok battery, great camera, bad UI) or wait for something else? This does not look like it is coming to Verizon…

    • Honestly, the GS3 is great, and the prices on them have dropped a lot. Battery life can go all day for me. With light usage, I can crest 2 days. Touchwiz isn’t bad, but I also use Nova launcher anyway. I will say the Razr maxx hd looks great too, but maybe not as good of an option if you’re into custom roms (hard to say at this point).

    • iNfAMOUS70702

      Running the TW de jellybean leak on my galaxy s3 and the battery. Lasts all day 😛

    • Shane Belanger

      Have the gs3 running clean rom right now and it’s awesome. Definitely grab the S3 simply for the rom options.

    • staticx57

      It depends on what you have already. If it were me, id either get whatever HTC releases for verizon with that 1080p screen(as long as I can unlock the bootloader) or get a nexus phone. Nexus phones have great software and the GS3 while great, is at least half a generation behind that new nexus.

  • summit1986

    Cut the blue wire!

    • isnt it actually grey? with some blue tape? would cause some irritation on a bomb…

  • Can clearly see 2100mAh on that battery. Same as @evleaks said and the same size as the Optimus G.

    • fixxmyhead

      clearly? more like barely

      • Maybe I just have good eyesight 🙂

        • fixxmyhead

          well u do have those glasses

  • I like how you think kellex…lol

  • bogy25

    I don’t see an LTE chip in there……..*!*

    • Thomas

      I know…I thought it was suppose to be totally nude ? Guess it’s covered up. Kellex you big tease 😉

    • fixxmyhead

      this is not the bastardized version

  • Butters619

    Lol that wire looks like a bad stereo install. It’s covered though, so oh well.

  • Adam

    So TMobile is having a press event on Oct 29th now also. Wouldn’t it be dreamy if Google swooped up TMobile/MetroPCS and all our android/google/moto dreams would come true. Google could dump there wads of cash into making a solid cell network with little baby nexii running a muck. Back to earth. Reasonably, TMobile will get the LG Nexus or at least announce that its compatible with their network.

    • jak_341

      A story like that would have leaked already. Not to mention, with Google’s stock tanking, I can’t see them investing in something like that now.

      • ericsf8

        i know this is not a finance blog, but sometimes it’s hard to hold my tongue. google’s stock is hardly tanking. Look at the 52 week range. 556-774. It is currently at 682. It has gone up 14.96% over the last 3 month. Up 17.4% y/y. It took a hit, but that’s short term investing mind set. You can’t over react to these things. Also, Adam’s thought process is not too far fetch especially with google already entering high-speed broadband with Google Fiber in KS

  • Andrew Remmers

    That is an ugly battery Holy crap.

  • Philip A. Kaiser

    Curious what those external connectors are for. Top left / top right. If I didn’t know better, I would point towards wireless charging.

    • Nice try, but those connect the NFC and radio antennas located on the back of the battery cover. they are on the inside of the battery cover, and they connect with those contacts.

      • Philip A. Kaiser

        Actually, there are reports that wireless charging was listed when this thing went through the FCC.

  • Philip A. Kaiser

    Nice little wire boost for the antenae. Was looking for one of those to implant into my Gnex.