We started the day with some new images of the LG E960 Nexus device in the wild, and it looks like we'll be ending the day with a couple more. The latest shots were posted to xda-developers and show both the front and rear of the E960 in the clearest images we've seen yet. The device itself looks fairly similar to the one that leaked out earlier today, but this time the owner of the device has also shared some of the phone's purported spec details. The E960 is said to feature a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, Adreno 320 GPU, 8-megapixel camera, 8GB storage, 2GB RAM, and Android Jelly Bean. The screen is said to have a resolution of 1184x768, the former of which can be explained by the presence of on-screen navigation keys.
The spec details named by today's leaker line up with ones that surfaced late last week. In addition, the previous report claimed that wireless charging will be on board. So far this E960 Nexus seems to be a vanilla Android version of the Optimus G, which is how the rumors have pegged it, with a little bit of the Galaxy Nexus curviness mixed in. As for when you might be able to get your mitts on one of these devices, an announcement is rumored to be coming at the end of October, with a release said to be happening in mid-November. Good thing that there's no shortage of leaks to keep us occupied until then.