At some point we’re going to start asking if LG and/or Google are intentionally trying to boost the hype surrounding the Nexus 4 given the non-stop leak-a-thon that has taken place in the last few weeks. As if losing the phone in a bar wasn’t bad enough, the LG Australian and UK websites have published the support manual for the LG E960, which by now you might recognize as the Nexus 4 model number. In fact, the manual even confirms the Nexus 4 name, along with an 8GB version, which tells us a 16GB model can be expected as well.
Along with the name, we see an induction coil for wireless charging, along with no sign of a microSD slot for expandable memory. That’s a real bummer, not something we’re coming to expect with every new Nexus launch.
Of course, if the user manual isn’t enough for you, you can always jump over to last nights story on the Nexus 4 lost in a San Francisco bar. The user manual appears at the link below, give it a read as a way to pass the time before Monday’s Google Playground announcements.