New LG flagship mobile leaked online, shows real leather covers
It is not uncommon to see shots of a new mobile phone weeks or months before the official release date, often followed by the manufacturers’ making a mild form of protest at the leak, how many of these are leaked by the company themselves would be an interesting question.
However it would seem that the new flagship mobile phone from LG, which is due to be released in a couple of weeks, may have been revealed to the public by LG on their own website and picked up by well-known tipster Evan Blass.
The pictures show the new mobile in six versions of leather as well as two that are plastic, no metal version has been shown to date. Naturally at this time there is absolutely no reason at all that a metal version will not be offered, it would appear to us anyway that LG is diversifying its design line up from the LG G3.
When the new phone is finally released, fans will be spoiled for choice as the LG4 is going to be offered with six choices of leather which are black, red, purple, white, gold and a tan version as well, at the moment no colours for the two plastic versions have been shown on the website.
What we have found out from the leak is that camera is to be an f/1.8 and will be backed by an infrared colour accuracy sensor, laser autofocus and a full-blown manual mode, for the more knowledgeable users to set themselves.
From what has been seen previously, it is known that the phone will have a display which will be 5.5-inch Quad HD, a replaceable 3,000mAh battery as the usual micro SD card slot, the size of which is unknown at this time.
What is clear however is that when the LG4 is finally released next month, potential buyers will have a huge choice, possible the largest flagship design options that the industry has seen for a very long time.