The LG G4 has leaked again, this time via a Twitter account called @Moroleaks. The device seems to have bigger bezels than before and some minor UI tweaks, that change the previous LG UI with some Material Design cues.


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Frankly speaking, it’s not the side bezels we have problems with, but rather the wasted space below the display. If you look closely, there’s something a bit off here, since the left side bezel seems to be more proeminent than the right one, sort of like a double edge. It feels like HTC One M9’s approach with that ridged edge… Anyway, the product is expected to drop on April 28th, during a special event.

We’re expecting Lollipop on board, an 8 MP front camera, Snapdragon 808 CPU and 3 GB of RAM, plus a 16 MP back camera. A 5.5 inch Quad HD screen and a 3000+ mAh battery are also good guesses. Teasers will be plenty these days, so keep an eye on our website.  So, is this render fake or what?

via Reddit

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