As per the leaked image, the LG G4 looks almost similar to the G3 as the company has continued the design to its upcoming flagship device. The power button and volume keys are situated at the back, however, the round power button has been changed to rectangular one. Also, it looks like the phone has slightly bigger bezels than the G3. The top-left corner of the handset in picture also seems to have a slot for either a stylus. G4 has been rumored to sport a stylus to compete with Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It is also touted that the phone will not have metal casing.
The rear camera with laser autofocus and LED Flash are also seen next to the power and volume buttons. The chassis of the device looks like it sports a similar brushed aluminum texture to what we saw on the LG G3. Moving on to the front side, the device resembles to that of the G3 and the software also look similar to LG’s revamped Optimus UI along with Material Design features.
Earlier this month, some renders of the G4 surfaced that gave a whole look of the phone. According to rumors the dimensions of the smartphone will be 148.9 x 76.5x 9.9mm, making it slightly thicker than the G3. It is expected to come with 5.3 to 5.7 inches screen with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels or 2880×1620 pixels, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor S810, 3GB of RAM and 16-megapixel or a 20.7-megapixel rear camera. LG had said that it expects to sell 10 million G4 units in 2015.