Everything Points to That G4 LG Will Grow Slightly from Screen Size

Mess bring us with the G4 LG phone decided to leave the showcase for the MWC to have one, as it seems to be the norm in the industry. As his coming-out must be very close – before the summer-, do not stop information come to light.

A more accurate than others, among them have the recreations that upleaks shared a few days ago, with a view very clear in its appearance. The same source dares to say that phone will grow in size on your screen, up to the 5.6 inch (not to say that it will grow in proportions).

Okay, it is not that it will grow in a disproportionate way, LG G3 already has some 5.5 inch very well used. One of the strengths of the Koreans is getting fairly compact models, thanks to small frames and different designs, such as send buttons on the back.

Looks like the #LG G4 you have to… 5.6 ‘ screen… #LGG4

— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) March 15, 2015

What don’t block us both is that continues to grow at a time in which major brands are trying to leave two pretty clear steps: one around 5 inches, other, phablet, above the 5.5 inch size. Thus they are in Samsung Galaxy S and Note, also in Apple.

The news comes into conflict with the rumored second terminal which is expected for the second quarter of the year; We are talking about a phablet that would be above the LG G4, both in size and technology. It would have one 5.8-inch screen, not much larger than that is rumored to LG G4.

We hope the successor of the LG G3 on the market in April, at the earliest. Sure we will find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 inside, at least 3 GB of RAM, 16 Megapixel camera, and Android 5.0 Lollipop. Among the expectations of LG are the sell 10 million phones.

A very similar Xperia Z4

Have also had the opportunity to dispatch on the model of Sony. If the dimensions are true – 146,3 x 71.9 x 7.2 mm – the new Xperia is virtually unchanged than the current Xperia Z3: 146 x 72 x 7.3 mm.

Meanwhile, I can already tell you the #SONY #XPERIAZ4 dimensions are 146.3×71. 9 x 7. 2 mm…

— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) March 12, 2015