The LG G4 official unveiling is still a little over two weeks away, but it looks like you won’t have to wait until the 28th of April to see LG’s latest design. Yesterday Evan Blass (aka Evleaks) posted up a link to an unannounced LG Korea product microsite that contained plenty of juicy pics of the G4. Since then, the site has been taken down, but the Internet doesn’t forget.
In addition to pics, the site also contained a spec list, but that’s where things get a bit hazy. Many of the specs on the site were clearly inaccurate (like mention of Android 4.4 KitKat), while the f/1.8 aperture for the camera is correct and has already been confirmed by LG, but the 13MP resolution isn’t quite right. Bottom-line, that means the specs were placeholders and so everything on the site should be taken with a grain of salt, even if the images of the LG G4 look rather believable, very detailed, and fall in line with the hinted look we’ve seen in LG teasers.
Turning to the looks of the phone, LG is now sporting a leather-like design, with stitching running down the middle. We can’t say for sure just yet if LG is packing real leather, or some kind of faux leather material. For those that like color choices, LG seems to offer quite a few, though we imagine only so many of these colors will actually make it to most markets and carriers at launch. Interestingly enough, for those not into the leather look, it appears like LG also has three models that bear some other kind of material, plastic perhaps.