We're not exactly strangers to the white Google Nexus 4 at this point, having already gotten a couple of different peeks at the unannounced device in the wild. We here at PhoneDog aren't ones to turn down early looks at new hardware, though, and I'm guessing that you aren't either. That's why we're looking taking another look at the white Nexus 4 once again today.
The folks at TechView.me apparently spotted the white Nexus 4 in a Qualcomm booth at a conference in Dubai and, just like most any of us would, grabbed the phone and started recording a video of it. There's nothing in the clip that we haven't seen before, as it is indeed just a white Nexus 4 (with a black front) running Android 4.2. Some photos of the same device have been posted to The Verge's forums, and as Android Central notes, those images show that the unit has the same FCC ID (ZNFE960) as the plain black Nexus 4, suggesting that the two devices are identical save for their paint jobs.
The white Nexus 4 first leaked out back in late January, and since then we've even seen an official-looking white Nexus 4 bumper appear as well. Google and LG haven't said anything about a white Nexus 4, though, leaving us in the dark about when or if we might be able to actually buy the thing. This is the first time that the white N4 has been shown off by a company and not some random lucky person, but that's no guarantee that the device will soon be available. There is a chance that we could hear something official about the pearly white Nexus 4 at Google I/O, but rather than hold my breath, I'll just continue watching this new video of the phone in the wild. You can do the same by clicking the video below.