With the alleged Nexus 4 already having been leaked via a Belarusian site, the Carphone Warehouse UK have gone one step further it would appear giving it a release date as well
The new Google Nexus 4 smartphone has been leaked by the Carphone Warehouse with the website accidently posting the smartphone on the site with a UK release date of October 30th.
The smartphone will reportedly be manufactured by LG and feature a large 4.7-inch display rivalling that of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the HTC One XL.
It's also rumoured to be landing sporting the latest S4 quad-core processor from Snapdragon along with a potential 8GB of built in storage so that it can give you plenty of space for apps.
Little else is know about the Nexus 4 except that it will come with NFC, a new 360-degree panoramic mode and will be running the soon to be announced update to Android 4.0, Key Lime Pie.
Google is holding an event on 29 October where it's believed that the company will not only unveil Android Key Lime Pie but will also launch their latest Nexus smartphone replacing the Galaxy Nexus which was made by Samsung.