LG G2 shows up in leaked press renders

LG G2-Hours before the LG G2 event is set to begin in New York City, notable leaker evleaks has revealed two new press renders of the flagship smartphone, showing an incredibly thin design and the rumored back buttons.

The LG G2 has been leaked beforehand but the image quality was shoddy, this time the press renders show the full design, front and back. The phone is remarkably similar to the Galaxy S4 with its shell-like design.

One of the most remarkable features is the screen, the bezels are cut to such a minimal extent the 1080p screen bursts out. It is incredibly minimalist on the front and sides, with the buttons on the LG G2 pushed to the back.

The back buttons will allow the user to control on/off and volume, a hard push down on the on/off switch is likely to shut the phone down. This is a clever way to keep everything off the sides, making sure the user does not accidentally touch the buttons.

LG G2

We also get our first look at the 13MP camera on the LG G2, it is smaller than we would expect and comes with a single-LED flash. LG has never been a manufacturer known for its great camera hardware or software, we hope it isn’t a poor choice, with competitors like the Lumia 1020, HTC One and iPhone 5.

The smartphone will run on the Snapdragon 800 processor and comes with 3GB of RAM, supposedly. A video was posted up comparing the LG G2 to the Galaxy S4, it has recently been made private, but it showed the snappy speed on the LG G2 compared to the Galaxy S4, with a Snapdragon 600 processor.

LG is almost out of surprises for the event in New York City, unless they have some wacky software features to show, as Samsung did with their Galaxy S4 event, also held in NYC. We will be covering the event as it happens, stay tuned!

Source: evleaks

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