It looks like the unannounced Nexus devices just can't stay off camera. Hot on the heels of the appearance of a video showing the Samsung Nexus 10 in action, a new clip of the LG Nexus 4 in the wild has made its way online. This video from Swedroid is quite a bit longer than the one of the Nexus 10, clocking in at just under two minutes, and it offers a brief tour of the both the hardware and software of the Nexus 4. There's not a ton in the clip that we haven't already seen, but it does show the Nexus 4's Quick Settings menu (shown above), which is accessed by tapping a button in the upper right corner of the notification shade.
This video is just the latest in a long line of LG Nexus 4 leaks that've given us numerous looks at the device before its official unveiling. That announcement was expected to go down at an event that Google had planned for today, but the search company recently decided to cancel the gathering due to Hurricane Sandy. It's not yet clear exactly when Google might reschedule its shindig. At the rate that these new Nexus products are leaking, though, Android fans shouldn't have to worry about keeping busy until Google's announcements do come along. What do you all think of the LG Nexus 4 based on what we've seen of it so far?
UPDATE: Well, that didn't take long. The video has already been made private, meaning that anyone that wasn't quick on the play button didn't get a chance to view it. An image from the video showing the Nexus 4 and its homescreen is available below. We'll let you know if the video comes back online or if a copy of it gets reposted.