LG G2 leaked with Snapdragon 800 processor

LG G2 leaked with Snapdragon 800 processor

LG recently confirmed that Snapdragon 800 will hit the next-gen ‘G’ series smartphone, and I guess the phone LG was talking about is the LG G2. Once again, @evleaks got their hands on shots of the G2, and thanks to them, we can now see several shots of the LG G2.

LG_G2_Leak1Well, it seems like it has a really thin bezel, and on the bottom, its either a home button or a LG logo; though more looks like a logo. Whats interesting here is the back of the phone. If you look at the camera bump closely, under the camera sensor, there’s a visible ‘plus’ button, then something ‘unidentified’ and then a ‘minus’ button. Well, people are saying that it is the volume rocker, and that’s really an odd place to put one though. So, by giving it the benefit of doubt, maybe LG is bringing in something entirely different and new.

Anyway, I guess we might see an amazing smartphone from LG soon, a device good enough to go head-to-head with Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One. Share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.

Source: @evleaks via AndroidandMe

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