Blurry Image Of The Upcoming LG G4 Pro Handset Surfaces


LG has unveiled the company's 2015 flagship back in April, the LG G4, This smartphone is a direct successor to the extremely successful LG G3 handset, and it's both very similar and significantly different than the LG G3. The G4 still sports rear-facing physical buttons, and you can tell it's LG's device through and through. This phone is slightly curved though, and somewhat different than the LG G3 in terms of the design. LG is also offering a number of different models of this device, each of which sports a different back cover.

That being said, this Korea-based company has unveiled a new mid-range device quite recently. the LG Class. This handset will launch in Korea only, and we're still waiting for the company to unveil the premium device that has been mentioned quite a few times thus far, the LG G4 Pro. We're still not sure LG will use this naming for their upcoming device, but it is the most used name thus far. Anyhow, we've seen a number of G4 Pro leaks and rumors thus far, and a new one surfaced today, courtesy of @OnLeaks. The leaker has shared a new image on his official Twitter account, and even though it's real blurry, you still get to see the device's general shape and how thick / thin its bezels are. The leaker does mention this is the LG G4 Pro we're looking at, and it seems like its bezels will be rather thin, especially the ones on the side. The on-screen buttons and LG's UI are also quite visible here, but that's more or less it. The image is way too blurry for us to see any more details.


What specs will this device feature? Well, we're still not sure, but if previous leaks are to be believed, you can expect them to be really high-end. Previous leaks have said that the G4 Pro will ship with a 5.8-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, 4GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB o internal storage. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 SoC has also been mentioned, but that'll hardly happen if LG intends to release this device before 2016. Dual Camera setup on the back of this handset was also mentioned in a recent leak, and you can also expect Android Lollipop to come pre-installed here with LG's software on top of it.


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