LG Confirms G2 Launch on 7th August, New Images Leaked Again, Showing Off the Front & Back Side
Last month, we shared that Korean manufacturer LG will be holding an International media event on 7th August, 2013 in New York City for unveiling there next flagship device, LG G2. During that time, the report was just a rumour and now LG has confirmed this by sending out the press invite and posting a video teaser of their upcoming device on their YouTube Channel, which clearly points towards the LG G2.
LG G2 is the successor of original Optimus G and is known to be packing a 5.2-inch Full HD display, 2.3GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 13MP rear camera, 2.1MP front facing camera, 2GB or 3GB RAM and LTE-Advanced support.
No more details are available right now, but according to previous leaks, LG will be dropping the Optimus tag from all their upcoming high-end devices and save the tag for mid and low end smartphones. Also, LG G2 will feature all the buttons on the back side of the device. Also, the power button will be placed between the volume buttons, which are placed right below camera. Placing all the buttons on the back side has allowed LG to make the bezel of LG G2 almost non-existent.
In addition, some new images of upcoming LG G2 has hit the web via Seeko and TechTastic. PhoneArena is reporting that, the source who has published these images has got their hands on this upcoming device and are reporting that, the unusual placement of power/lock/power buttons makes the device uncomfortable to operate.
The source is also reporting that, LG is said to power LG G2 with 2600mAh of Battery which is removable. Related, TechTastic has also leaked one image of LG G2, which shows the side part of the device. The image is very blurry, but still we can see that there are no buttons present on the side of the device.