A mystery LG smartphone has popped up on a User Agent Profile or UAProf page, revealing what could well be an upcoming flagship from the Korean manufacturer. The key pointer to note here is the fact that this handset is shown to be packing a 2560 x 1440 resolution display. Considering that LG hasn’t launched a 2K display handset since the G3, it’s safe to assume that what we have here is indeed the upcoming LG G4.
The device has the model number LG-H810 and is reportedly headed towards AT&T in the U.S. Apart from the display resolution, not much is known about this smartphone, but we expect to get more details on that over the coming days.
LG has been relatively quiet in the high end segment since the G3 was launched in mid-2014, so the company will definitely want to make a big impact with the G4. Older leaks have suggested that the LG G4 might have a slightly smaller 5.3 inch display to make it more ergonomic in the hands. The device is also expected to be packing the Snapdragon 810 SoC by default, so there’s plenty to look forward to if you’re an LG fan.
Via: GSM Arena