We were supposed to get a reveal of the LG Nexus 4 today, but thanks to the threat of Hurricane Sandy, that won't be happening. Fortunately, the delay of Google's Android event leaves more time for leaks, and today we've got a pretty big one to share with you. The folks over at Swedroid have posted an intriguing new video that not only gives us a look at the sleek Nexus 4, but also shows it running Android 4.2.
We have to say that we're pretty impressed with what we see in the video. Android 4.2 looks great, and runs nice and smooth to boot. We also get a glimpse at a couple of the new features found in Android 4.2, including the new Quick Settings menu, which is accessed by pressing a button in the notifications menu.
There's also a button for user profiles in the notification menu, which seems to confirm the rumors that claim Android 4.2 will come with support for multiple user profiles on the same device. That's something to get excited about, as are the more general changes to the UI - the new clock, for instance, looks pretty sleek. All in all, this video does a lot to get us really excited about Android 4.2, and even better is the fact that it's running on the Nexus 4 in this video.
Now we just have to wait for the official reveal. Google hasn't announced when it will be holding its event, and we'll probably be waiting at least a few days before we get word on a new date. Head down to the comments section to tell us what you think of the Nexus 4 with Android 4.2, and if you're on the east coast, stay safe in these coming days!