LG G6 has surfaced online through the recently leaked case renders from Ghostek, even as the handset maker prepares for the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) on 26 February in Barcelona. The fresh listing from the case maker Ghostek comes just a week after it showcased some intriguing renders for Samsung's upcoming flagship Galaxy S8.
The renders clearly reveal an all-metal-unibody casing for the highly-anticipated flagship phone from LG. The handset's design aesthetics including the placement of the camera and fingerprint sensor mirror the ones on G6's predecessors, with the sole exception of the visible bump which is now absent on the G6, as the fingerprint sensor is placed just below the dual camera.
As far as the G6 specifications are concerned, it will ship with a 5.7in Quad-HD display at 2880x1440 pixels resolution and powered by Snapdragon 835 processor. The G6 has dropped the modular concept from the G5 and embraced a sleek and attractive design for an appealing look.
Regardless of the looks, we just hope that the G6 puts up a decent show against the likes of Samsung's Galaxy S8 at the forthcoming MWC event in Barcelona.