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LG G6 leaked schematics affirm company’s new design language for phones

By Jules Wang December 26, 2016, 10:14 pm

If the LG G5 and V20 has shown us anything, it’s that the chaebol really seems to like its dual-camera implementation. So much so, in fact, that it may carry on the phones’ design language for another season.

Shai Mizrachi, in partnership with Android Authority, has leaked out a generic design diagram showing off the X and Y dimensions of the phone, along with some feature call-outs.

The dual-camera module is similar to those seen in LG’s past two flagship phones with a fingerprint sensor placed below it and some side-mounted volume buttons to follow. There’s a circular port on one of the Y edges that’s likely a headphone jack, but we aren’t entirely sure what’s going on here.

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The 72.43mm width of the phone is about 1.5mm slimmer than the G5. The thickness may also get cut down, too, but that’s undetermined at this point.

The phone is expected out about the same time as last year, either around or shortly after MWC 2017.

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