LG G6 leaked image reveals the presence of shiny black rear panel alongside dual-camera sensors


LG G6 live images have been surfaced on the web, which reveals shiny black rear panel coupled with dual camera sensors placed side to side. Even though the upcoming LG G6 has been leaked multiple times, the latest leaked image shared by Business Insider is claimed to be the final version. We expect the image to be a prototype, but analysts are of the opinion that they are indeed final.

With emphasis to the rear panel, the latest leaked live image clearly confirms the presence of dual-camera on the rear alongside the fingerprint sensor. The camera sensors are placed on left and right sides aligned to the center. However, the fingerprint sensor is placed below the dual-camera.


The highlight of the latest leaked image is the presence of a shiny black rear, which is most likely a limited edition variant of LG G6. You can assume that the new black variant will be identical to the Jet Black color of the newly launched iPhone 7.

Towards the bottom of the leaked image, you can see LG G6 embossed on it. We wonder why three fingers are placed on the rear side. Is there any mystery module behind the fingers?

According to Business Insider, the addition of the dual-camera sensor on the LG G6 is used to refresh the blurry background bokeh effect similar to that of iPhone 7 Plus. You will not find this feature in iPhone 7 because it doesn’t offer dual camera sensors.

Expected to be unveiled on February 26 at 4.30 PM IST ahead of MWC 2017, the LG G6 will feature a 5.7-inch display, enhanced water-resistant capabilities alongside Snapdragon 821 processor. Moreover, there are reports that LG G6 will also ship with Google Assistant.

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If the rumor turns out to be true, then the LG G6 will be the first non-Pixel smartphone to ship with the voice assistant. The upcoming LG handset will eliminate the use of a removable battery due to the integration of improved water-resistant features.

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