LG G4 Latest Rumors & Leaked Specifications

Every year, One or the other Android OEM releases its new flagship device. Samsung, releases its next Galaxy ‘S’ device, HTC its next ‘One’ device, and Motorola its next ‘Moto’ device. But, there has been a significant change in game when LG started taking the Android business seriously, and started producing their own flagship-killers every year or two. Every specific OEM is known for one specific feature that it holds. Samsung is known for its killer new features in every new Galaxy smartphone, while Xperia focuses on how to prevent their flagship device from getting all-faulty, and thus makes it water-resistant. LG has a similar approach, with its new and astonishing design. We have seen the LG G2 change the whole button-placement in the smartphone industry, LG G3 followed the same, a flagship killer it was for sure. This year, we are here waiting for another great flagship device from LG – the LG G4. We have gathered almost everything that came up recently about this device and what we know about the technical specifications of the LG G4. Note that these are just leaks, and may or may not be true!


Following the footsteps of the great old LG G3 and the LG G2, the new LG G4 will come in a much more amazing design and button placement. The picture below is provided by @OnLeaks, and from this we can clearly make out that it has a nice, big 5.2″ display. The LG G4 is also shown to follow the footpaths of the LG G Flex 2, with the slightest curves.



With these recent years of success, LG might be thinking of sticking to the already QHD screen found on the LG G3. According to GSM Arena, the pixels per inch of the massive 1440p display of the LG G4 is rumoured to be 554. For those of you who don’t really know the real importance of the ‘ppi’ of the LG G4, it is really dense and gorgeous.

Leaks show that the LG G4 may sport a gigantic 5.6″ 1440p display, but staying on the safer side, we assume it to be a slightly small display coming in around 5.2″ or 5.3″. The leaked pictures of the LG G4 above obviously enhances its thin-side bezel displays. This will be a huge advantage to those Android gamers who take advantage of the full screen.




Some of you might be really impatient about the hardware specifications of the LG G4 already. While we’re going to talk about that later in this article, the software which the all new LG G4 is going to pack is something interesting. With the release of Android Lollipop, there is about 95% chance that the LG G4 will run on top of Android 5.1, Lollipop out-of-the-box. Although the new LG G4 will be running Android 5.0, Lollipop, there will be a customized version of that too. I’m not a fan of LG’s Skin on top of Android myself, but it is much more fluid than Stock Android, and way faster than TouchWiz.


Hardware Specifications

The LG G4 will be a really awesome spec’ed device when it comes out. The majority of the specifications given below are confirmed.

Primary Camera 16 MP
Secondary  5 MP
Battery Expected 3,900 mAh
OS Android 5.1 Lollipop
Internal Memory 32 GB / 64 GB
CPU Quad-core 1.5 GHz & Quad-core 2 GHz
GPU Adreno 430
Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 810

Overall, the LG G4 will be an awesome device to use. With 4 GB of RAM, you can never fall-short of any memory required in handling your applications at once! We’ll be updating you with every single bit of news we get about the LG G4. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter. If you have any such complications or queries regarding this article, feel free to leave a comment below.

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