While we do sure know a lot (or presumed that we do) about the LG G4, we haven’t seen a full picture of the device. Yes, we saw some speck leaks, and even some teasers from LG itself. But we haven’t not see the device in its entirely. Well, that changes today, as some have figured the way through LG’s microsite and got us the first pictures of the company’s newest flagship.
A disclaimer, there are a lot of issues with this microsite, so these images are still in question as to its reliability. But from the information pulled down from the site matches what we learned through the rumors that have been reported.
As stated by the site, the phone features a 5.5-inch QHD (2K) display, following the footstep of its predecessor the LG G3. Also, as confirmed by Qualcomm earlier this year, the handset sports the latest Snapdragon 810 SoC. All of these will be powered by a massive 3,000 mAh replaceable battery with wireless charging capability. The phone will be available in two variants, 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal storage, or 3GB of RAM and 32GB of memory, both can be expanded via a MicroSD card slot.
Now, to the issues that were mentioned earlier. The site reports that the camera will be a 16MP sensor, despite LG confirming that the camera will be a 16MP shooter. One thing that is similar is the description of the f/1.8 lenses. The site also claims that there will be an 8.9mm Slim Arc design for the LG G4, as well as its signature software-features suit. Lastly, as shown in the headline picture, various of color and material options.
*Once again, there is some information incorrect with the microsite, so don't trust it so much at this moment.