Sunday, April 12, 2015

LG G4: A Mini-Site Reveals Design And Specifications

Evan Blass, formerly known as EvLeaks, during the last hours revealed via Twitter a mini-site dedicated to the new LG G4 in which they emerge all the details on the new flagship of the Korean company in view of the presentation of the next April 28.

The site, currently unattainable, contains a series of images depicting many of the technical specifications that we could learn the rumors in recent weeks but is still a "work in progress" as the hardware and software are the same as LG G3 (Android 4.4 KitKat for example).

LG G4 will have a design - called Slim Arc - slightly curved in only 8.9 mm with battery (3000 mAh with wireless charging) and removable cover; the latter will also be manufactured in the skin thus giving a touch of elegance. Unlike other manufacturers (...), it remains possible memory expansion via Micro SD.

The display of the G4 will measure 5.5 inches qHD resolution (2560 × 1440) and Quantum IPS technology that, according to the manufacturer, should offer even more brilliant colors and perfect visibility even under direct sunlight.

The rear camera will have a 13-Megapixel sensor with OIS 2.0, laser auto focus, aperture f / 1.8 and the new Color Spectrum Sensor that will allow the analysis of the colors by a infrared beam. According to the images presented on the site, it seems to be also implemented in a mode "Ligth trail traffic" that, by managing the opening of the shutter, will be able to realize the effects of light such as "wakes".

Regarding the graphic interface are of course the new LG UX 4.0 with updates for system applications, such as Calendar, Gallery and Smart Notice (which reaches version 2.0).