Just yesterday, we reported about LG’s plans to launch the G6 just after the MWC 2017 in February. Not only this, some of the design renders in the form of a diagram was also obtained by a well-known tipster, Shai Mizrachi.
Adding to that, today fresh 3D image renders have been surfacing over the internet which apparently reveals the possible design language on which LG is working on the G6. One of the first observations is the omission of modular design for a unibody solid looking design. The Dual-Camera setup on the back also comes with a slightly different look which might indicate a possible change in the dual-camera mechanism as well. Further, just below the dual-camera setup is the fingerprint scanner which is also the Home Button. On the left lies the volume rockers which this time are separated.
The image renders also reveal USB Type-C port at the bottom with speaker grill just left to it. Also, the screen size is suspected to be 5.3 inches as the device is 149.4 mm tall and 72.43 mm wide which is a lot similar to LG G5.
As mentioned before, because the modular concept is likely to go, LG might bring the G6 with water and dust resistance. Apart from that, the South Korean handset manufacturer is also expected to include the 3.5mm headphone jack despite its counterparts planning to skip the same. Other than this, not much specifications have been revealed as yet but we expect it to come sometime in near future as we move close to the official launch of LG’s 2017 flagship.