LG L24 isai With Slimmest Bezel Leaked Online: Features 4G LTE Support and More

Smartphones with a narrower bezel has become somewhat of a trend. Now the latest images of the LG smartphone with a very thin bezel has hit the online world. Arriving courtesy of the sensational technology-bound Twitter user @evleaks, the two images of the upcoming smartphone are reportedly said to be the successor to the company's LGL22 isai that was unveiled as a part of KDDI's Winter 2013 lineup few months back.

LG L24 isai With Slimmest Bezel Leaked Online: Features 4G LTE Support

Thus the image that @evleaks has posted is the LGL24 isai smartphone, which will be headed to Japan's KDDI network. There are not much details on the smartphone as of now.

LG L24 isai With Slimmest Bezel Leaked Online: Features 4G LTE Support

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However few things that one can see in the images will let you know that the device features a new User Interface, Volume Rocker on the rear side below the camera, also a 4G LTE support is visible in the screenshot. Moreover, the date on the press render shows 1st May, so it is possible to see the device being unveiled on the same date.

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The latest smartphone which has been leaked online has a very sleek looks and it is very much similar to the Sharp's Aquos phone which has a very narrow bezel as well.

Additionally, reports online also suggest that the handset could be a possible variant of the LG G Pro 2 smartphone unveiled at the International Mobile World Congress 2014 back in February. But, things are pretty unclear at the moment and if it turns out to be true, the handset could be seen outside the Japananese market as well.

With regards to the pricing and availability of the handset, there are no information at the moment. But stay tuned to Gizbot for any further development!

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