The world is waiting for LG’s art piece of a smartphone, the curved G Flex2, to start shipping, but that obviously doesn’t mean folks at the company are sitting on their hands. Expectedly, the Korean electronics giant is working on the successor to the LG G3, and a User Agent Profile may have shown us just that it’s model name will be.
The unknown smartphone with internal model number LG H810 is supposedly the highly-anticipated LG G4, albeit in a carrier-specific AT&T version. Other than the QHD (1440×2560 pixels) display, not much else is revealed, but we wouldn’t have suspected a downgrade in resolution anyway.
Judging by previous batches of leaks, the LG G4 will reduce the screen size to 5.3 inches, leaving the G Flex2 some breathing space at 5.5″. Snapdragon 810 with 4GB of RAM are the ubiquitous flagship innards of the year and the G4 won’t stray from the pack.
A 16MP main camera was all but confirmed, and a stylus will presumably accompany the new smartphone, finally putting Samsung’s monopoly in the field to end.