LG G2 leak shows off 2610 mAh battery, confirms display size

LG G2 leak shows off 2610 mAh battery, confirms display size

We’ve seen just a few leaks of the yet-to-be-announced G2 from LG – the company even released a teaser video for it a few days ago, so we know it to be real. In the latest line of LG G2 leaks, we’re getting a close up look at the battery. According to the latest pictures wandering around the web, the LG G2 will pack a 2610 mAh battery. How can we be so sure? Take a look, stud – it’s written right on the face of it.

The leak comes from a Korean forum, although the post is now unsurprisingly taken down. There’s also rumors circling that say we should be looking at things like a 5.2″ 1080p display, along with a brand-spankin’-new Snapdragon 800 CPU chipset – which is nothing to scoff at.

LG is supposed to be announcing this new powerhouse in NYC on August 7th, so be sure to keep an eye on us for details when the time is right.

duam via pocketnow

 

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