Alleged LG G4 Pro Case Leaked

Korean manufacturer giant LG already had its bright moment this year when announcing the gorgeous LG G4 back in April. Well, if you thought the big launches were over for this year, you may be wrong, as recent leaks suggest the company is reading another flagship handset dubbed LG G4 Pro. Last Monday we had a leaked image that would show the front of the device in all its glory, except by the fact that it was blurry. Still, it was possible to notice a few aspects such as the really thin bezels. Today there's another clue also from the same Twitter leaker @OnLeaks, this time showing us some images of a case and, guess, the device itself.

The rear of the case has a T-shaped hole right where the camera and the physical buttons usually stay, together with a flash-LED and the now-standard laser autofocus. Moving on to the top side of the case, there are 2 holes that look like headphone jacks - why two? Down to the bottom we see what is likely to be the USB port in the middle and 2 other holes, although, other than a speaker, it is hard to tell what LG could put there. Regarding the rest of the specs, expect it to be very powerful. The 5.8 inches display is set to have a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and it is supposed to come with 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of internal storages. As for the processor, there have been mentions of the Snapdragon 820 from Qualcomm, but if the phone is set to launch this year, this is unlikely. Nonetheless, there are plenty of powerful processors options out there for LG, so, let's see. Moreover, the handset is expected to come with a dual camera setting in the front for selfies and additional rumors point for a removable battery.

There is no word for a launch date, although the company has been teasing an event to be held in October 1st. Also, we are not sure if this will be the final name of the product. Anyway, October 1st is right around the corner so stay tuned for more news about this new phablet and other announcements from the Korean giant.

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