The successor to the LG Optimus G, the LG G2, has been caught in a few snapshots already, but it seemed like the sides of the smartphone were a little camera shy.
Techtastic has leaked what is apparently the left side of the LG G2 and since the volume buttons have been moved to the back, we are looking at a button-less side and an overall sleek and thin device. Granted it isn’t the best quality picture we’ve ever seen, but it’s still a look at the upcoming smartphone.
The second photo leak is from Korean gadget forum Seeko and shows off the front of the device running on Korean carrier SK Telecom. That would be expected, as along with a solid spec sheet, the LG G2 is rumored to support LTE-A connectivity and SK Telecom has recently announced its LTE-A network along with the Galaxy S4 LTE-A edition.
As well as LTE-A support the LG G2 is expected to house a Snapdragon 800 SoC clocked at 2.3Ghz, 3GB of RAM, a 5.2-inch Full HD display, a 13-megapixel camera, and a fingerprint scanner for extra security.
Based on these rumored specs the LG G2 is certain to be a powerhouse device, worthy of being put on the same pedestal as other high-end smartphones of 2013. The LG G2 is expected to be officially unveiled in New York, on August 7.
Do you like what you’re seeing from the LG G2?