By now, we have all seen tons of photos of the LG Nexus 4 from the outside, but have you perhaps, by any chance, been curious as to what those glorious specs look like behind the back cover? A source from Android Central, sent over an image to them, and revealed as to what you could find behind the phones back panel if you decided to unscrew it. As you have probably seen in these recent weeks, the back is intended to be non-removable (for some odd reason), but with a bit of a disassembly process, you can find our way inside the device if you so choose.
Of course, you are going to find what you would usually find behind a back panel: a battery. We now know that is is going to be a 2100mAh unit. With the intention of parts being non-replaceable, you aren’t going to be seeing a whole lot of people trying to replace things. Of course, there is only a few screws between you and the battery, so if someone that is a technical wizard and proficient in this field, it should be fairly easy to replace the batter inside the Nexus 4, as I can imagine that it is no where near as hard as replacing the battery off of a phone that is user-replaceable.
The rest of the device is really what you should expect it to be — the regular plastic frame, gold contacts for the antennae, cutouts for the rear speaker, then the 8 mega pixel camera and its LED flash. Under all of that plastic is the PCB, which holds the 1.5GHz quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, along with the RAM, internal storage and other lesser known specifications. As usual, the SIM card slot isn’t sealed behind that glass panel — instead it is accessible from what you would find in an iPhone — a microSIM tray on the right edge of the device. Any new news on the Nexus 4 is definitely awesome to hear, as the event Google is holding is coming up very soon, and with all of the anticipation we want to hear something about this guy, right?
Anymore information is probably going to have to wait for the event in New York City later this month on October 29th. There are many various websites that are going to be streaming the event live, and I actually think that Google will have it all on VOD as well. This one is definitely going to be worth watching, as so far we should be hearing about the 32GB Nexus 7, and a possibility of a 3G Nexus 7 as well. Of course, we shouldn’t leave out the fact that we’ll be seeing the Nexus 4 from LG too! Maybe Google will even have something we haven’t heard about just yet as well!
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source: android central