There’s one more month left until the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will open its gates, so we’re looking forward to seeing more and more images with some of the flagships expected to make their debut during the show, like the LG G6, for example.
It seems that images with the South Korean manufacturer’s handset keep leaking, considering that after the shot with the top half of the device, which appeared a few days ago, another image, this time showing the left side of the phone, also made the rounds online today.
Basically, it confirms the LG G6’s design, confirming the fact that it will have minimal bezels, as well as the display’s rounded corners and, of course, an all metal construction. Let’s not forget about the SIM card slot on the side, which will most likely house just one card, alongside a micrSD card, allowing you to expand the internal storage.
The LG G6 is rumored to feature a 5.7″ 18:9 display, with a QHD+ resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels, while under the hood, surprisingly, will have just a Snapdragon 821 chip, since Samsung took pretty much all the available Snapdragon 835 units, for its Galaxy S8.
On the back, the flagship should feature a dual camera setup, as well as a fingerprint scanner. Finally, the battery will be non-replaceable and the IP68 certification is also rumored to be present, making the G6 water and dust resistant.
For the moment, this is everything we know about this handset, but more details and pictures should be available over the next days.