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LG G6 Shows Off Shiny Rear In LEAKED Image!

04 February 2017, 12:53 | Muriel Sparks

LG G6 Specs, Release Update: Prototype Images Leaked, Confirms Earlier Anticipated Features

Hands on images of LG G6 leaked, bring renders and rumours to life

And now, yet another leak has shown us initial glimpses of the prototype image of the device.

LG is set to put on a show at MWC with the LG G6 being the center of attention. A source sent this photo to Business Insider.

This is possibly the closest we've ever come to report an LG G6 in the form of an actual image leak, and after looking at the image, we feel that the manufacturer certainly put some effort in designing the handset in such a manner that it delivers a premium feel.

From previous leaks we also expect the phone to come with a very minimal bezel on the front for a 90 percent screen design.

Hands on images of LG G6 leaked, bring renders and rumours to life

If they prove to be accurate, then you'll be pleased to know LG has made a decision to keep the 3.5mm audio jack and add a USB Type C port as well.

The back side of the phone features a dual-lens camera and a dual-LED flash.

The photo backs up other claims we've heard about the G6, including the dual-camera system and fingerprint sensor on the back. But seeing LG's history with the "G5 Lite", this is only a possibility right now. Other rumors also suggest that the G6 will have a 5.7-inch display and it will probably be water resistant.

LG will be announcing their new G6 smartphone at Mobile World Congress later this month, as soon as we get some more details about the device, we will let you guys know.

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