Shortly after it was confirmed that the LG G6 will be announced in February, the first set of renders with the handset made the rounds online, thanks to a source from Israel!
After analyzing the images a big, we can spot several resemblances with the G5 and this isn’t necessarily a good thing, since the feedback received by LG’s latest flagship wasn’t exactly good, from the point of view of the design.
The images also confirm that the LG G6 will have the same height as its predecessor, but the width is now 72.4mm, meaning that it should feature slimmer bezels. Not with much, but enough to make a difference.
Moving on, we can spot the volume buttons on the left side, as well as the housing for the dual camera – two 16 MP sensors, with laser auto-focus and optical image stabilization, aided by an LED flash, according to rumours – and what appears to be a fingerprint scanner, mounted right under it.
It is not known if the phone will come with a removable battery, like the LG V20, but we really hope it does, since it would be a major advantage for the G6.
Otherwise, the flagship should come with a display measuring 5.3 inches and rocking a QHD resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. Under the hood, the LG G6 is rumoured to feature a Snapdragon 830 chip, aided by a whooping 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 gigs of internal storage, expandable with up to 256 more, using a microSD card.