LG E960 Nexus appears in even more leaked photos, shown next to iPhone 5

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from Omaha, NE
Published: October 11, 2012

LG E960 Nexus 4 rear leak

Can't get enough of the LG E960 Nexus? If that's the case, I've got good news for you, my friend. The handset, which may come to market as the Nexus 4, has posed for yet another handful of leaked photographs, making it the fourth time we've seen the device in the past week. The new photos have been published by tech.onliner.by. This latest batch of shots is the clearest yet, offering close up views of the E960 Nexus's front and rear, showing off its sides and also stacking it up next to an iPhone 5.

In other Nexus news, it appears that Google may be working to hire staff for a Nexus help line of sorts. A want ad discovered by Geek.com has revealed that Randstand Staffing is seeking folks that are Android fans and love to work with people for a "Helpdesk Level 1" position. The employer isn't called out by name, but the company is based in Mountain View (where Google's HQ is located), and the ad also says that the firm in question recently unveiled a new Android tablet. Geek.com claims that Google is working to have its call center fully trained by the end of October, which is when the introduction of this new LG Nexus is rumored to be happening.

A dedicated help line for Google's Nexus devices would be a nice boost for the company in terms of customer support, especially since Google doesn't have any sort of actual stores for consumers to go to if they need help with their products. As for the LG E960 Nexus, these new photos don't really offer up much in the way of new information on the (still unofficial) device, but it's nice to get a look at the phone in some high quality shots. Here's to hoping that the rumors of an unveiling at the end of October hold true so that we can finally get the official rundown on this device. 

LG E960 Nexus 4 front leak

LG E960 Nexus 4 iPhone 5 leak

Via Android Central (1), (2), tech.onliner.by, Geek.com