LG G4 first cases show up, new image shows the slight curve of its display
The LG G4 rumor mill has started running at full speed and after we saw the first teasers with the alleged dimensions of the device and then the full-on leaked press renders, now a new listing at Chinese retailers shows the first cases for the upcoming gadget that you can order right now, and once again shows case makers are confident in the veracity of these recent leaks.
The basic cases are now available for curious buyers for around $1.50 at Chinese retailers.
These alleged LG G4 cases confirm expectations that the phone will continue the tradition of having its physical buttons on its back, with two separate cut-outs on the sides - allegedly, for a dual-LED flash and the infra-red auto-focus assist light.
Another interesting illustration by profound leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer shows that the LG G4 will indeed have a slightly curved display. Notice the straight red line and how the curved display deviates from it. As we've mentioned earlier, LG's new mid-rangers including phones like the LG Magna and LG Spirit also come with a similar slight curve to the screen. This, however, does not necessarily mean that the screen will have the flexible qualities and damage-resistance as the recent LG G Flex 2.
Finally, let us remind you that latest leaks paint the following picture for the LG G4: a 5.3-inch to 5.7-inch screen size with a Quad HD resolution, a Snapdragon 810 system chip under the hood, a 16- or 20-megapixel main camera, and a notable inclusion of a fingerprint scanner with the possibility of some sort of a payment system introduction by LG.
Take a look at these first leaked cases for the handset right below and feel free to share your thoughts on the G4: are you looking forward to it?