LG G2 User Manual Leaked, Reveals nano-SIM Slot and Volume Rocker on the Back
Surely if you’re a tech savvy and know your smartphones you must have heard about the LG G2 by now. The G2 will be the next LG flagship and it won;t be long until it gets launched. The smartphone is pretty impressive in terms of specs as it will come with a 5.2-inch full HD display, a 13MP camera, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, Adreno 330 GPU, and it will probably be the first device to pack 3GB of RAM.
Perhaps the most striking thing about the LG G2 is its AnTuTu benchmark score as the handsets got nearly 30,000 points. Also, the smartphone will come with something unique as well, you have probably heard of the “celestial voices.”
Today we have some new details provided by French website NowhereElse.fr. The information may not be spectacular, but it surely will be interesting for the potential customers of LG’s product. You may already know from previous reports that the LG G2 will feature hardware buttons placed in an unusual area, on its back to be exact. Of course, it’s not a bad thing and won’t cause the users any discomfort, it’s just strange.
Anyway, the guys from NowhereElse.fr got their hands on a leaked screenshot of the LG G2′s user manual which confirms the fact that the hardware buttons will be on the back of the phone and now we can see exactly where.
As you can see in the screenshot, the buttons are situated near the camera lens. You can also observe where he software buttons will be, although that wasn’t such a bog mystery. What’s more important is the fact that, according to the user manual, the LG G2 won’t feature a fingerprint sensor among the buttons at the back as previously rumored. It seems that the button located between the volume buttons is just a power/lock button, which is totally fine by the way.
Another interesting piece of information is that the LG G2 will work only with nano-SIM cards, in this case being similar to the Moto X, which has been recently unveiled. In fact, I think that more and more smartphones will require this sort of SIM cards in the future.
At this point, I don’t know what more can we lean about the LG G2 as we know pretty much all the details about the smartphone, though not all of them have been officially confirmed. However, if something else comes up we’ll be here to tell you all about it because I’m certain that there are lots of potential customers out there who would be interested in hearing new information about their future device.