If you’ve been following the news with any regularity, you’ve likely seen the LG G6 by now, even though LG won’t announce the phone until February 26.
The device has leaked out so often that there’s pretty much nothing left to the imagination. So, it’s really no surprise to see even more photos of the device have leaked, again giving us a look at what’s on the horizon.
The first, and the most obvious, detail is the device’s frontside appears to be made up almost entirely of display. There’s a small chin on the bottom (enough room for LG’s logo) and tiny bezels on the side. But, for the most part, bezels are slowly disappearing. The pictures also give us a great look at the screen’s rounded corners.
Additionally, the photos indicate the device will feature an always-on display, which is no big surprise. The technology hit the mainstream last year and looks to be getting even more love in 2017.
We know a lot about the LG G6
It hasn’t just been leaks that have spoiled the G6’s arrival. Even LG has shared details about what to expect, recently saying the device will feature a 32-bit quad-DAC, a step up from the technology included in the LG V20.
Other specs may include a Snapdragon 821 chip, 32GB of expandable storage, a 3,200mAh battery, 4GB of RAM, and, of course, a 5.7-inch QHD+ display.
We’ll get a better look at the LG G6 at the company’s February 26 event.