It’s just under two days before the official unveiling of the LG G2 phablet in New York, on the 7th of August and the leaks aren’t going away as yet. The latest being a user’s manual from the French site NowhereElse.fr believed to be the Korean LG-F320 version of it and the specs are as impressive as the leaks themselves. It’s speculated to come with a removable battery of 2,610 mAh variety, 32GB of internal storage, a micro SD card slot which is expected to support up to 64GB of expandable storage, 13-megapixel rear camera, 2.1-megapixel front camera and 5.2-inch 1080p display HD screen which could potentially be the world’s thinnest Full HD panel unveiled by LG in the past month of July.
LG G2 is also rumoured to be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor to matched the HD front screen display that will come with complementing Quick-window that will allow users to view selected content through a cut-out window in the front panel of the Phablet.Just below the back camera, will be a set of buttons confirmed to be volume keys and a power button that was previously speculated to have been a finger print reader.
A new twist, or rather “relatively new” twist exists with this model as it follows the lead of two other Android devices, the recently unveiled Moto X and Asus Padfone Infinity that makes use of the Nano-SIM card slot. The LG company had earlier hinted that it would beat the technology giant Samsung this year with a phone that carries with it a flexible screen with plastic substrate for added durability. Not much can be confirmed as yet but we cross fingers that it’s the LG G2 that they were talking about in their statement.