Days after we got what may be our first peek at the LG G6, more renders of the upcoming Android flagship have leaked out.
Several renders that claim to show the LG G6 have been shared by @OnLeaks and GearIndia. The device in these images look similar to the render that appeared earlier this week, though these new renders also give us a peek at the G6’s front.
The renders suggest that the LG G6 will look similar to the G5, but with less-rounded corners. There are dual rear cameras with a fingerprint reader below them, just like on the G5, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack up top and what looks to be a USB Type-C port on the bottom.
One of the most notable tweaks with the LG G6 is its lack of modularity. There appears to be no pop-off piece on the bottom of the G6 like there was on the G5, which supports the rumors that the LG G6 won’t support the swappable modules found on the G5.
Other rumored features of the LG G6 include a 5.3-inch 2560x1440 display, dual rear cameras with different focal lengths, dual LED flash, and glossy and matte finishes.
It’s rumored that LG could introduce the G6 earlier in the year than previous models, with a launch happening as soon as the end of February. We’ll have to wait until then to find out exactly what LG has in store for the G6, but it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the device abandon the modularity of the G5. Those modules just never really seemed to gain traction with consumers, and LG has only released a couple of them to date.
What do you think of this alleged LG G6 design?