LG is readying a pared down version of its recently revealed G4 flagship smartphone, it has emerged.
Dubbed the LG G4c, the new, Android Lollipop-powered phone has appeared online courtesy of a leak from a German tech site.
The handset features a five–inch screen with a 720p resolution, a major step down from the fancy QHD effort found on the top-end G4.
It's also home to a quad–core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 8GB of storage space and microSD support for boosting space if needed.
The camera round the back is said to pack an eight megapixel sensor. And the forward-facing shooter comes with five megapixels, so is just about ideal for selfies.
LG is set to make the G4c available in the first week of June, according to reports.
LG’s G4 launched officially at the end of last month, with only a few additional features to distinguish it from last year’s highly–rated G3.
Although fairly warmly received, the G4's leather–backed rear panel is unlikely to wow users weighing the handset up against fancier offerings from Samsung and HTC.