Mobile phone industry has almost followed all the trends and innovations so far known by a normal users. From camera, processor, OS versions, display size and price have all been the idea that is verge of being outdated. However, more innovations are sure to be seen in the industry. However, one trend is in fact making a lot of headlines these days, i.e. making the device as slim as possible. A week back we saw the world's slimmest phone from Huawei called Ascend P6 measuring only 6.2 mm but it only carried the title for 6 days because another more slimmer device came into existence called Umeox X5 that measured 5.6mm thin. However, slimmer devices are more likely to come soon.
Now, the South Korean Giant LG device has evidently surfaced online with the similar slim profile. Back in April, first the LG had hinted about "something unique" in their upcoming G2 flagship design and later the rumor appeared, saying that the unique feature was the thinness of the device. The rumors also said that the G2 flagship would be so thin, that there would not be enough space to put buttons on the side of it. Thus, LG had moved physical keys to the back. How many would have believed it? None, I guess....
But now @evleaks has posted a picture of the supposed G2 from LG and guess what, the rumors turned out to be true. This is not a surprise to less people but the news has astonished the entire tech world. The image actually shows the incredibly thin device, with volume controls on the back, behind the main camera. A volume button on the back!!!! Watch out other mobile giants... LG seems to be breaking the conventional design of the mobile phone after all.
Talking about the specs, the G2 sports a 5 inch 1080p Full HD display with thin bezel and comes with a qualcomm snapdragon 800 2.3 GHz quad-core CPU with a 2 GB RAM and 13 megapixel camera. So far, there is no information on the other specs of the device. Previous leaks suggested that it wuld come with an Adreno 330 GPU, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean layered with LG's own Optimus UI.
However, much information regarding the Optimus G2 has already been leaked , thus, LG may as well go and announce it without waiting for August 7, 2013 event taking place in New York City.