Leaked Photographs Shows The Specifications And Designs Of LG G4

We all know that LG is working on its upcoming flagship phone LG G4, but the company remains secretive about this handset. Fortunately, few leaked photos of LG G4 were rounding on the internet. Thanks to Evan Blass, the most creative leaker of the internet that helped us to know about the design and specifications of the phone.

The leaked photos were captured from a microsite which is a dedicated site for the G4 and it contains official render of newest smartphone of LG. The microsite is already taken offline but the series of photos that were on the site already came into focus among the mainstream media.

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From the leaked photographs, it has been seen that one variant of G4 has curved display which is reminiscent of the G Flex. Leather wrapping is the most interesting and attractive part of the set which is covering the back side of the phone. It seems that this feature will surely catch the attention of the smartphone lovers.

As per the news of Hot Hardware, LG G4 is 149.1 mm in length, 75.3 mm wide and 8.9 mm thick. Other rumors say that the phone will run on the latest android operating system 5.0 Lollipop and it will pack a 5.5 inch display (Quad HD) with 2560 x 1440 resolution. When it comes to the hardware specification, it is expected that the phone will have a 2.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, 3GB RAM and internal storage of 32 GB.

It is also rumored that LG G4 will sport a 16 megapixel rear camera that will contain laser autofocus along with infrared color spectrum analyzer, according to The Verge. It will produce photos with more precise color reproduction. The report also says that the smartphone will have a removable battery of 3000mAh along with a slot for SD card to expand the storage.

On April 28, LG will reveal the G4 officially on a press conference.

Source via- YIBADA

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