Posted by: Brett
The tale of the LG Nexus 4 continues and this time, the device’s quick start guide, which will come in the packaging, was found on LG’s own UK and Australian website by an Engadget reader for all to see. The guide doesn’t reveal anything particularly new, aside from the fact that it’s equipped with an inductive back door for wireless charging and that the device’s official name will indeed by Nexus 4. Otherwise, you’ll find standard information regarding setting the device up, changing the micro SIM, powering off the device, and more.
In addition to the above, Wired has posted a story detailing how an LG Nexus 4 was lost in a bar, which may remind you of when the iPhone 4 was lost in a bar too. About a month ago, a man at a bar in San Francisco found the prototype and showed it to another who was aware of the rumors surrounding it and quickly identified it as the Nexus 4. You can check out the full story and watch a video of the device’s boot-up sequence at the source link.
Finally, what looks to the final press render of the LG Nexus 4 has been posted to the web by @evleaks. They posted another render a few days ago, but it appeared the device in the render was running a custom ROM of some sort causing many to wonder whether it was real or not. You can check it out here.