We reported last week that LG were planning to let loose a few G4s to be used and rated by select customers across fifteen countries ahead of the official release.
However, a micro site set up by LG has somehow leaked all that you need to know about the G4 today. Spotted by veteran leak-hunter Evan Blass, it wasn't long before a full list of specifications was doing the rounds.
Measuring 149.1mm x 75.3mm x 8.9mm, the G4 looks more like a flattened version of the G Flex 2 and will have rubberised skin options along with a few leather ones for better looks.
The removable battery is a 3000 mAH mammoth and the device is sure to use it optimally with a microSD slot apart from its internal storage.
To be based on the latest Android 5.0.2 Lollipop operating system, the G4 also features the latest UX 4.0 user interface that will offer more configuration options for professionals.
The leak also featured a 16MP primary camera and a f/1.8 aperture lens that would be a perfect fit for great images and low light performance.
Needless to say, LG has since shut down the micro site for obvious reasons. The user experience campaign is already underway and it won't be long before we get to hear about the remaining few features that LG aims to spring at us this summer with the G4.