LG's G4 flagship smartphone launch event kicks off on April 28, but we might already know everything about the device. With LG planning to hold a dedicated event on April 28, a series of leaked images have leaked online via an unofficial product site.
LG has itself outed the G4 ahead of the global launch, but we're not surprised. The macro site, which was first spotted by serial leaker Evan Blass, has since been taken down, but now we've a fair idea how the different the G4 looks compared to its predecessor.
The latest leaked photos show that the LG G4 will come with a slightly curved body and an enchanting new leather back cover. In addition, the LG G4 is likely to be offered in more options, with a mix of leather and plastic choices.
The volume and power button, usually found on the rear, will seemingly remain where they are.
It is believed the LG G4 will sport a new 5.5-inch display resolution display (2560 x 1440), and a powerful Snapdragon 810 processor.
Notably, the G4 would be LG's second device to come stuffed with a Snapdragon 810. LG's most powerful G Flex 2 remains the company's most charismatic handset ever. The Samsung Galaxy S6, by comparison, has a 5.1-inch display (2560 x1440).
These hardware changes will be in addition to the features of LG's latest UX 4.0, unveiled last week, which include a new feature called as "Quick Shot", which allows users to take pictures of easy-to-miss moments while the screen is turned off.
What else, the LG G4 is said to arrive with a f/1.8 wide aperture 16-megapixel primary camera, and a bigger battery life.
LG is expected to reveal the G4 at events held simultaneously later this month in New York, London, Paris, Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul.
In the meanwhile, our sources suggest that LG will launch the G4 in India in the second half of 2015.