LG is set to put on a show at MWC with the LG G6 being the center of attention.
The LG G6 has leaked online again as hype around this new Android flagship continues to build.
Business Insider also speculates that the dual-camera on the G6 may be used to "recreate the blurry background bokeh effect", similar to iPhone 7 Plus.
According to past rumors and leaks, the G6 will come with IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, a 5.7-inch 2,880x1,440 touchscreen, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821 chipset, and a non-removable battery. There seems to be no end in sight although today's LG G6 photo may have shut the door on a few things.
One feature that's not expected to be included with the LG G6 is support for the modules found on the LG G5. In a way, it looks like the finish on the LG G2, only we hope this feels much more premium than that.
As for these images, it is revealed that the handset will feature dual-cameras on the back and a fingerprint scanner right under it.
There's only one speaker on the bottom side of the phone and one SIM tray, which could allow users to accommodate one SIM and one memory card inside.
Interestingly, Dutch site GSMinfo recently uncovered LG trademark applications for the names G6 Lite, G6 Compact, G6 Fit, G6 Sense, G6 Hybrid, G6 Prix, G6 Forte, and G6 Young.