We’ve been hearing for a while now that LG is preparing a premium smartphone for the last quarter of the year, but recently one of LG’s officials toned anticipation down, saying it wasn’t going to be a “super premium” model. Today we get wind of a confirmation of such a newcomer, as a brand new LG smartphone got certified by TENAA.



I’m talking about the LG-H968, that’s said to be the LG G4 Note/LG G4 Pro. The device is expected to be unveiled on October 10th and comes with a plastic build, a removable back cover and physical back buttons. It also has a metal frame and there’s speculation that the Power button at the back may end up integrating a fingerprint scanner. Interesting aspects about this model include its facade, that seems to incorporate the proximity and light sensors under the display glass, in the top left area.

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The front facing camera is on the right of a pretty wide speaker grille. LG G4 Pro is seen most likely as a phablet and at the back we spot a laser autofocus mechanism, plus dual LED flash (or maybe one is an RGB sensor). We don’t have a clear specs list leaked for this model, but I’m sure one will pop up in mere days.  Also, notice the slightly protruding back camera…

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via Phone Arena

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