More images of the “LG Nexus” (E960) device have leaked out on Russian forums Baraholka Onliner. We saw a few pictures of the device leak earlier, but these photos give us much more detail and the FCC ID of the device. The phone is much more rounded than what we saw previously and looks much better. The about screen confirms the board name “mako”, following along with Google’s love of fish names in their Nexus line.
From the FCC, we can tell the phone is tri-band HSPA, supporting 850, 1700 and 1900 MHz bands. Which will work for AT&T 3G. But no LTE support. Also mentioned in the FCC report is that it supports inductive charging, but the battery door is non-removable. Hopefully we can get more information about this device, and whether if it will be the official Nexus in the end.