LG Optimus G2 is scheduled for release on August 7, in New York. This is the date LG Electronics has set for the official launch of the device, but I’m afraid the Korean OEM will have nothing left to uncover by that time, if the leaks keep pouring in like this.
We’ve already seen the smartphone leak several times in real life photos and in some slides, exposing an ultra-thin bezel, a plastic-made glossy housing, and in AnTuTu benchmarks uncovering its 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and Android 4.2.2 JellyBean OS.
Now we are being teased with a quick hands-on video of the device by 4Leaks, who says the smartphone measures in at “5.46 inch tall by 2.80 inch wide, it is comfortable in hand and reminiscent of the Nexus 4 dims, except even thinner.” The phone comes with some interesting speakers placed at the bottom and some weird stuff on the back (help us figure this one out) under its camera that also has an LED Flash.
Other rumored specs point to a 13MP rear camera (see photo above), 2GB of RAM, a 5.2 inch IPS FHD (1920×1080) display and LTE-A (Advanced) technology on-board. This particular version has assigned model number LG-D803 and it appears that it is destined for Sprint network.