The LG G2 has definitely hit the high-profile status, with lots of hype, rumours and leaks surrounding the new flagship smartphone. With hours until the unveiling, the LG G2 has been caught on video with the Galaxy S4, showing how small the bezels are on the LG G2 compared to Samsung’s flagship.
We couldn’t make much out of the video, with evleaks recently revealing two new press photos, we already knew what the device would look like with the minuet bezel space and 5.2-inch display.
The display also looks clearer on the LG G2, thanks to the LCD display panel instead of the over-saturated AMOLED screen on the Galaxy S4. The screen will be full HD 1920 x 1080 as many top-end Android flagship phones are today.
We know the LG G2 will be running the Snapdragon 800 processor, we have already seen benchmarks hitting 30k, better than anything currently on the market. It will also have 3GB of RAM according to several leakers, just like the Galaxy Note 3.
The biggest feature we are waiting to hear about is the back-buttons on the LG G2 for volume and on/off. We want to see if the LG G2 can still be comfortable with a little extrude on the back of the device.
Sadly, the video was taken down about three hours after posted. We believe LG is hounding down any leakers and trying to get them to remove content as quickly as possible, but as the Internet searches for anything relating to the LG G2, it is likely to spread before the LG police knock on the owners door.
Source: Android Community