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Google Nexus 4 as you’ve never seen it before

Under: Google Android, LG, Mobile Phones
By:Debbie Turner | February 22nd, 2013

The Google Nexus 4 has been a huge success and would have sold in even higher numbers if LG and Google had just made sure that stocks could meet demand. Supplies now seem to be evening out a little and even a few months after its release the Nexus 4 is still attracting a lot of interest in the smartphone world, such is its popularity. That’s why we thought you might be interested in a rather unusual look at the Nexus 4 as you’ve never seen it before.

We can’t imagine why nobody has thought of this before but one ingenious guy with access to an X-Ray machine has taken some intriguing shots of the Nexus 4 and also its wireless charging orb. In fact Joshua Perry posted a whole gallery of X-Ray images of the Nexus 4 on his Google+ page and the results are pretty striking.

The images include one of a Nexus 4 on the charger that clearly shows how the charging elements never actually touch each other. Another shows the wireless charging orb alone and what is particularly noticeable here is the amount of unutilized space there is inside the orb and the screws that keep all of the components in the right place.

While this is not our standard smartphone news we thought these clever images were intriguing enough to be shared and want to know what you think of the Nexus 4 and charging orb in these photos? Send us your comments to let us know.

Source: Google+ Via: Android Central

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  • Gary

    I’ve just ordered a nexus 4 due to smashing my HP Pre 3. Can anyone answer a question, will the nexus 4 charge from the HP Touch Pad.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ab.shahul Shahul Hameed Akbar

      as far as I know Nexus 4 is supported by Energizer and Panasonic charging mats only other than the Nexus Orb..

    • Matt

      I have tried and, no, it doesn’t work. Maybe a faulty charger though, but no luck with me…

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