The next version of Google's flagship device, the Nexus 4 handset, has seemingly been leaked by UK high street retailer Carphone Warehouse on its website.
The firm has a page on its website offering the LG-made Nexus 4 for pre-order, also confirming that it will come running the next version of the Android operating system, called Jelly Bean 4.2.
Other specifications include a 4.7in touchscreen, with a 1,280x768 HD screen and pixel density of 320ppi and it will be powered by one of Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors.
It will also come with an 8MP camera, capable of recording 1080p HD video and near-field communication capabilities.
Carphone Warehouse is also offering (see picture) the Nexus 4 for Vodafone and O2 customers, with contracts starting at £31 per month.
The unveiling of the offer comes as something of a surprise, as Google is scheduled to hold a Nexus-themed event in New York on 29 October. It is widely expected to unveil at least one Nexus phone there – although industry rumours suggest there may be more.
Google has chosen a number of partners to make its Nexus handsets, but typically, they have been regarded as the flagship Android handset, with Google working closely with handset makers in their design.
The timing of the apparent leak is also fortunate for Google, coming on the same day as Microsoft makes its biggest launch in over a decade, with the release of Windows 8.
Carphone Warehouse had not responded to V3's request for comment at the time of publication.
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