A New LG G6 Leak Perfectly Shows The Screen’s Round Corners

February 17, 2017 - Written By Justin Diaz

A new LG G6 leak perfectly shows the screen’s round corners, which is a design trait that isn’t typically seen on mobile devices. This isn’t the first time that the phone’s display has been seen in pictures but it is the first time that the front of the phone has been shown with the device actually powered on. While you can’t see the user interface you do get a look at the phone’s Always On Display functionality that shows the time, date, and remaining battery life of the phone.

In addition to the Always On Display there is another image that shows off the back of the device so you get a nice clear picture of the rear-facing camera module with the dual camera setup and LED flash, along with the fingerprint sensor right below those. The pictures are in fairly decent lighting as well, and this works out well for seeing the back of the device, as it provides a clear look at theĀ at the metal material that has long been suspected to be used for the back of the phone. With that said, these images really only provide a new look at the Always on Display feature, as the phone has leaked out enough that the design is not something that hasn’t already been seen.

The LG G6 should be coming in a few different colors based on all of the leaked renders and other images that have surfaced over the past month or two, and today’s images show off the silver color in what might be the best possible lighting out of any of the other images so far. LG is scheduled to announce the LG G6 on February 26th at Mobile World Congress during their press conference, and while there are very few confirmed details about the phone at this point, they have confirmed some information such as the 5.7-inch QHD+ display, the arrival of UX 6.0 that will be running on the phone with Android 7.0 Nougat, and they’ve mentioned a few other details like the phone’s 18:9 aspect ratio, which the G6 will utilize for things like the camera’s new Square Camera function and Nougat’s multi-window feature. While it seems like everything there is to know about the LG G6 has already been put out into the open, there are likely a few things left to learn, and it won’t be long before LG makes those details known.