The LG G4 has just received a massive leak, courtesy of @evleaks. Not only is there a full picture of the front of the device, there’s also a link to a full official microsite for the G4 that’s full of specs, images and pretty much everything that you could possibly imagine about the G4. With that in mind, the best course of action is to dive right into the specs of the device.
The LG G4 will feature a 5.5-inch IPS QHD display that utilizes LG Quantum technology for increased brightness and more vivid colors. Inside, the device will be powered by a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor paired with 2GB or 3GB of RAM, which is dependent on whether you choose 16GB or 32GB of storage for the device. Other specs will include a removable 3000mAh battery, wireless charging, 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, microUSB 2.0, HDMI SlimPort and while the site lists the OS as Android 4.4.2 KitKat, all of the images are using Android 5.0 Lollipop, which is what the G4 will use.
And, of course, the camera is the star of the show. LG is placing a lot of emphasis on the camera, and with good reason. The G4 is equipped with a 13-megapixel shooter that features laser autofocus, an infrared color spectrum sensor, optical image stabilization 2.0, dual LED flash and a redesigned camera app that’s both fast as well as equipped with fully manual controls over the camera.
The design of the G4 deserves a mention. The G4 features a slim arc design like the G3, allowing it to curve naturally in your hand. The front of the phone features fairly small bezels and a subtly patterned glass that makes for a nice design touch. The back of the G4 comes in plastic with a hammered texture and three color options of metallic gray, ceramic white, and shiny gold. You can also get a leather version that features a swatch of leather with a distinct stitch down the center of the phone. The leather option comes in six color choices of black, orange (traditional leather), cranberry, baby blue, gold and yellow.
All in all, the G4 is shaping up to be a fantastic phone. The site has been pulled down now, but thanks to Android Central, you can still see a few of the images below.