The LG G8 ThinQ has been leaked in renders once again, but unlike our partners at XDA-Developers who have earlier revealed a gray color of the device, leaks blogger Evan Blass has gone with black.

In the pictures are the same features we’ve seen from LG with the design language of last year’s LG G7 ThinQ: a fingerprint sensor in the rear along with two rear cameras and a notched full-body display, though with considerable bezel. We have some assurance here that there is a mono speaker, a USB-C port and a headphone jack.

In subsequent analysis, Blass mentions that “standout features like 4K” could make LG’s flagship smartphone more compelling than its appearance.

The specifications we’ve seen so far aren’t anything mind-blowing, though features such as a time-of-flight selfie camera, rumored Sound on Display technology and a UI of in-air motion gestures might bring valuable points of distinction.

Will those points entice people to pay upwards of $1,000 for an LG phone? Depends on if they’ll pay that much for another one first.

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