After unleashing dozens of renders of the Samsung Galaxy S6 trapped within a case of its own, Verus is at it again. This time around, however, the casemaker has come up with four early renders of the LG G4, which is due to be announced on April 28.
As best we can tell, the renders in question are at least partially based on these live images of the LG G4 s (or LG G4 Stylus), which is a good place to start if the company's last year's lineup is any indication (the G3, G3 s, and G3 Stylus all look very similar), but mostly on these leaked LG G4 press renders. We have a rather large cutout for the front-facing camera's lens, and the now signature layout at the back – a round camera ring surrounded by a volume rocker and a raised power key in the middle of it to the south, and cutouts for a dual-tone LED flash and laser auto focus system on the left and right. A grill for the loudspeaker is seen on the bottom left side of the device's back. Perhaps most importantly, however, the renders depict a flexed LG G4, as, according to some rumors, the company's new flagship may look and feel a bit more like the G Flex2.
Judging by a recent GFXBench pass of a device dubbed LG G4 (F500x), the company's next flagship will sport a 5.5-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution (534 ppi), a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor coupled with 3 gigs of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and a 16-megapixel/8-megapixel main/selfie camera combo.