South Korean mobile manufacturer, LG, will be debuting its next flagship handset on the 28th of April, with official press invites sent out this week also giving some hints as to what users can expect from the device.
The G4 will follow in the footsteps of the well received G3, which was praised for its power and QHD display, while not quite matching some of its competitors in terms of design.
Thankfully, this year’s follow-up could well be decked out with a range of leather exteriors, as this material is featured prominently on the invites to the launch.
The camera is also front and centre on the initial promotional material, suggesting that LG will be endowing the G4 with a high end primary snapper, which may even have a shutter button located on the back of the phone.
Other features to be expected include a QHD display, as well as a powerful octa-core processor and around 3GB of RAM. The Android Lollipop operating system will be pre installed on the device and since HTC and Samsung have already shown their cards in the flagship smartphone stakes this year, LG is in a good position to blow them out of the water.