LG Optimus G2 leaks again with details
There have already been plenty of rumors about the upcoming LG Optimus G2, and this one from the trustworthy @evleaks only comes to draw more attention to the device. According to this latest leak, the Optimus G2 will come with a 5.2-inch Full HD 1080p display, and a camera that will sport the modern optical image stabilization technology introduced by Nokia Lumia 920, and then developed by the HTC One and the Galaxy S4 Zoom.
The processor is now confirmed as a Snapdragon 800 backed up by 2GB RAM, although earlier rumors mentioned 3 GB for the phone (but that was for the LTE-A version on SK Telecom, however). Interestingly enough, the source also claims that there will be no side keys, and the Android navigational buttons will be placed on the back, at the "movable bottom of the camera".
There are plus and minus signs around the camera on the back and they are said to serve as volume keys, but also zoom buttons when needed, while the power key seems to be located between them.
If rumors prove right, this would be quite a lot of innovation from LG, don’t you think? And in case LG decides not to do it, someone will probably ditch the keys from the front of big-screen phones very soon.
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