This is the best look yet at the LG G4. The leaked image shows not a lot has changed since the G3 – those buttons are still on the back, for starters – with one notable exception: it has a bigger camera sensor.
That hints we could see some beefed-up camera skills. It also keeps its laser focus system that allows it to lock on to a subject in a fraction of a second.
The back is curved, but the screen looks flat in these images. So it seems LG won't replicate the LG G Flex2 and launch another bendy blower.
The G3 was one of the best handsets of last year, and took the unconventional approach of putting the power and volume buttons on the back.
It seems LG is sticking with the design quirk for the fourth instalment in the G series.
It looks like the same metal-feeling plastic finish as the LG G3. And you can bet it will have at least the same 2K screen, if not a 3K model, as some rumours say.
Also nailed on are a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip and Android 5.0 Lollipop.
We're expecting a screen size of somewhere between 5.5-inches and 5.7 inches.
The handset should launch in April, so not long to go.