LG G4 photos reveal the upcoming handset ahead of launch

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If LG thought they could keep their new flagship a secret, they were sorely mistaken. Over the weekend, the LG G4 joined the list of smartphones that have leaked before launching, and now we’re back to give you the lowdown.

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If you follow the world of smartphone leaks, you know that the majority of devices get a leak or two long before they launch. That’s was the case with the LG G3, and the G4 has shown up countless times over the past few months. Well, the mother of all leaks dropped this weekend courtesy of a microsite, and it shows everything there is to show in regards to the LG G4.

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We’re going to let the photos speak for themselves for the most part, but a few of them did confirms some of the rumored LG G4 specs. The handset will have a large 3,000mAh battery and a microSD card slot – something the Galaxy S6 does not feature. That battery is removable as well, and the handset is 8.9mm thick according to the leak.

The “leather” rumor brought forth by the invitations has panned out as well, and appears as if there will be two version of the LG G4. You can see a leather back in Brown, Black, Red, Blue, Grey, and Yellow, while what we assume is the plastic version will come in White, Black or Gold. It will be interesting to see if there’s a price difference between the two versions considering one looks a bit classier than the other.

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LG can’t be happy about the massive LG G4 leak, but they have to feel better than the folks at HBO after the unexpected Game of Thrones – that was just nuts. While LG couldn’t keep their new flagship under wraps, they certainly haven’t hurt themselves (unlike HBO) by the material getting out early. The flagship is a looker, and while it may not have rounded edges, it will probably sell well enough to take home second place in the Android flagship wars this year.

Are you impressed by the look of the LG G4?

via – Droid-Life

Adam is a tech aficionado and Android enthusiast. When he's not checking out new tech, you can find him playing poker or binge-watching shows on Netflix.