The LG G4 is all set to be unveiled on April 28 at an event to be held in six different cities across the world. In the meantime, it seems like someone in the web design team of LG has made a mistake by adding the link to the momentary home of the microsite meant for the LG G4.
The link that was spotted started circulating all over the web prompting LG to remove it. However, almost all the possible details of the upcoming flagship smartphone have been leaked.
Well, the microsite listing has shown that the specs are a mix of what is included in the LG G3 as the upcoming smartphone is said to have a 5.5 inch IPS display with Quad HD 1440p resolution and carry an Arc design. For imaging, the LG G4 will arrive with a 16 MP f1.8 main snapper with optical image stabilization and IR sensor.
One of the specs that have been listed seems to be incorrect as it claims that the LG G4 will be running on Android 4.4.2 KitKat instead of Android 5.0 Lollipop. This raises a doubt on the other specifications that were listed on the microsite. The LG G4 is said to be energized by a removable 3,000 mAh battery that should be capable of lasting for almost a day.
The other goodies as shown by the microsite listing include support for expandable storage via a micro SD card slot and plastic or genuine leather back panel with a variety of color options. The device is likely to include Smart Calendar and Smart Notice 2.0 software aspects as well. The LG G4 has been listed to arrive in burgundy red, shine gold, moon violet, silk white and metallic black color options.
Source: LG (taken down); Via: @evleaks, Android Central