The LG G4 has already seen a slew of leaks, and adding to the kitty is information about the flagship s display. The smartphone is expected to be unveiled next month, and tipster @Onleaks, who also released the press renders last week, claims that the smartphone will flaunt a 5.6-inch display. Also Read - LG to roll out Android 7.0 Nougat OS update for the G4, V10 this year
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OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) March 15, 2015
While the size of the screen has leaked, the jury is still out on the resolution of the display. It could either flaunt a QHD (1440×2560 pixels) display, like its predecessor, or a whopping 3K display with a resolution of 1620×2880 pixels. If the G4 does launch with 3K display, it will be the first mobile handset to have such high-resolution screen.
The rumor mills also hint at a Snapdragon 810 SoC mated with 3GB of RAM. The LG G4 is expected to come with a more powerful 16-megapixel sensor as opposed to the 13-megapixel snapper on the G3. There also seems to be a wide-angle front camera to appease selfie fans. The back, just like its predecessor, still boasts the back-button setup along with a big camera lens, dual-LED flash and autofocus. On the software front, not surprisingly, it will come with Android Lollipop out-of-the-box.
The leaked press renders reveal that the LG G4 will have a curved body like the G Flex 2. Its dimensions are reported to be 148.9 76.5 9.9mm, which makes it taller, wider and fatter than its predecessor 146.3 74.6 8.9mm.