The LG G6, being one of the most anticipated flagship smartphones for 2016, has been recently linked to a rumour that claims that LG is looking to ditch the modular design that was introduced earlier this year with its predecessor the LG G5.
Many are claiming that this sudden change in plans for LG, which had previously claimed with all certainty that the modular design is here to stay, maybe as a result of the poor sales performance of the G5.
Just recently, images of one LG G6 unit without the modular functions was leaked online, giving people something to hold on to, as get a taste of what to expect from the upcoming smartphone.
Judging from the leaked images it was reportedly discovered that the LG G6 looks like a non-modular smartphone. In fact, many came to a conclusion that image indicated a plain design with a glossy finish. The LG G6 rendered image offered very little to take note of with no added or removable components.
The edges around the LG G6 were also reportedly bevelled while the rear panel was showing a completely flat and non-removable design.
Also, a fingerprint scanner was spotted just below the rear camera setup as well as a USB Type-C port at the bottom next to a bottom-firing speaker. What’s more, the images revealed that the LG is also likely to feature a headphone jack.
According to other reports, the LG G6 will sport a 5.3-inch Quad-HD display, similar to its predecessor the G5. In the meantime, the upcoming flagship device is also likely to bear top-end specifications, including Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 835 SoC and many others.