LG G4 now unofficially unveiled, check out all the official images

8:07:00 PM Dickwyn Y 0 Comments


This is it, we've pretty much hit the jackpot of all leaks here. Evan Blass or known by his twitter handle @evleaks has share a link to an LG G4 microsite which basically reveals everything there is to know about the LG G4. Keep in mind that LG will only be officially unveiling the LG G4 in about 2 weeks time.

It was just a few days ago that LG started teasing the LG G4 by showing select hardware pieces making it's way onto the company's next flagship. The enormous leak today is probably a first and we're not entirely sure all of this is real at all. But on the upside the images look to be pretty spot on with current reports.

Well, then again i don't think anyone would be that free to create a ton of fake renders just to fool the crowd. Either way, we'll have to see how LG reacts to this leak in the next few days to confirm it's legitimacy.

The site reveals a lot of specs which are along the line of what was confirmed, like the 5.5" Quad HD display is apparently a Quantum Dot display now and the listed rear camera module is set at 13MP f1.8 camera when LG explicitly confirmed just a few days ago that the LG G4 has a 16MP f1.8 camera.

The madness doesn't stop there, apparently the LG G4 according to this microsite runs on Android 4.4.2 Kitkat. Now that i can say is a wrong detail.

But there are some upsides to the leaks, the images looks to be spot on accurate and they reveal quite a number of things we weren't sure before. Firstly is the leather back with the stitching on the center, LG teased this on their invite. According to the site, the back is made out of 100% genuine leather which is then hand stitched.

Also, the images reveal that the LG G4 will not only feature a removable back cover but it also has a 3,000mAh removable battery and support for a microSD card slot. Then it's on to the camera, it seems that LG has polished up the UI significantly and toggles are not more pronounced. In addition to that, it looks the LG G4 will support RAW photos too.

Overall, it looks like LG is trying to beat Samsung in every way with the LG G4 and from these images they have done just that. But the big question is whether buyers will think the same way when choosing the LG G4 over the LG G3.

Just remember, the LG G3 last year was every bit better than the clumsy Galaxy S5 but Samsung still manged to top sales.

Check out the images i managed to download below and you can try checking out the microsite which has apparently been taken down