Is this the new LG G4? Images Leaked…

 

Leaked Image of forthcoming LG G4, Image Source: TheVerge.com

Leaked Image of forthcoming LG G4, Image Source: TheVerge.com

LG-G4

Leaked Image of forthcoming LG G4, Image Source: TheVerge.com

Images of the new LG G4 Android smartphone, due to be unveiled on 28th April, have been leaked across the internet.

As the image on LG’s countdown homepage had already implied, the phones are clad in stitched leather and exude a strong sense of traditional craftsmanship.    Many details of the specs within these fine housings have been cited along with the leaked images but apart front the F 1.8 front camera, which is clear from LG’s official sneak preview, we think it’s best to keep the finer points as surprise.  Of course it is not known whether these leaked images are concept renderings but if LG’s new flagship phones look anything like these, the company is definitely onto a very good thing.

At a time when consumer choice is paramount to meet the ongoing trend of individual expression and consumer enthusiasm for personal customisation, the new LG G4 seems to balance these factors with the narrowing gap between luxury craftsmanship and modern technology.  Be sure to tune into the LG website on 28th April to see the official unveiling.

LG Countdown to G4 Launch: Image Source: LG.com

LG Countdown to G4 Launch: Image Source: LG.com

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