Images of LG’s yet-to-be-released G4 Note phablet have been reportedly leaked on the web, showing the next flagship device with a Galaxy Note-like stylus.
The electronics manufacturer is said to be working on Android handsets that will be released this year and the latest leaks point to a phablet device which is touted to be better than the G4 and would compete against Samsung and Apple’s own phablets, a BGR report stated.
Leaked on XDA Developers forum, the G4 Note is shown to take on the same characteristics as the previous G-branded top devices like slim side bezels and buttons on the back of the device. It is also shown to include a stylus on the top-right.
LG’s yet unannounced G4 Note phablet is rumoured to compete against the likes of Samsung and Apple’s latest iPhone 6 plus.
It is also rumoured that the latest G4 Note will come in an all-metal body. The leaker, who claims to be working for T-Mobile, said that the device runs the latest Android 5.0 OS and the images show that the phone will support 4G LTE.
LG was expected to launch the handset in March, however, rumours are indicating that it has pushed ahead unveiling the next smartphone to April to dodge competition with Samsung and HTC handsets