While most of the mobile makers announced their flagship smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2015, in Barcelona earlier this month, LG Electronics chose not to, and for a good reason, to make it stand out from the crowd.
LG G4 is due for launch the next couple of months and we don’t know much about it, however, an alleged render image of the device, claim it shows the smartphone in all of its glory.
What we see in this images, looks a lot like the G Flex (1st generation), sure with some key elements of the Optimus G series, that we’ve seen on the G2, G3, flagship, etc. Notice that the up and coming G4 has a slight curve, as the source clearly indicates through that straight red line in the image below.
The rumour has it that the G4 will feature a whopping 2880 x 1620 pixeli screen resolution, that’s better than the 2K screen res the G3 has. It is also expected to feature a fingerprint scanner, a 20.7MP camera sensor on the back, powered by Google’s Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system.
What say you about the alleged design of the G4?