LG G2 Display Assembly Leaks Out; Hints at Slim Bezel

Despite the official reveal for the G2 being tomorrow, there seems to be no shortage in leaks of the device and now, we're getting what looks to be a glimpse of the device's front panel. Over at ETradeSupply they've gotten their hands on the display assembly for LG's upcoming flagship and while it's pretty non-descript, we can make out a few things from it. For one, this looks to be taking inspiration from the minimal design we saw launch with LG and Google's Nexus 4, as well as the fact that it looks pretty narrow. That leads us to our other deduction, for a device with a 5.2-inch display, that looks like an awfully small part. As you can see in the image below, it looks like the G2 is going to be launching with very slim bezels indeed.

The above part doesn't look like something that houses a 5.2-inch display to us and we're sure many of you would say the same. There are some rounded corners, as usual, and an LG logo front and center, in a small space that suggests small top and bottom bezels.

The G2 is rumored to be packing a 5.2-inch Full HD Display, a Snapdragon 800 and 2GB of RAM. Those few specs alone should be enough to give LG a device that stands out from the crowd. Of course, we're sure that they have something else up their sleeves and we don't have much longer to find out what, as the Korean giant will be taking wraps off the device tomorrow. Tomorrow, we'll have all of the LG news most of you can stomach, so be sure to keep it locked to Android Headlines.

The question is, just what will LG be bringing to the table to compete against the likes of the HTC One and the Galaxy S4? Will a larger display and a faster CPU be enough for LG? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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