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LG G4 confirmed for April 28 unveiling

The LG G4 will be officially unveiled on April 28, LG has officially confirmed.

With the Korean manufacturer having previously announced plans to hold a series of international launch events in late April, the company has now name checked the G4 in formal invites.

Dispelling any potential confusion around the subject of its upcoming unveiling, the manufacturer has emblazoned invites with the strap line “LG invites you to the official unveiling of LG G4”.

The phone will be formally showcased at 4pm BST.

Previously, the ‘save the date’ cards had teased the G4’s arrival without formally confirming the company’s plans.

They had been adorned with the teasing message “ See the Great. Feel the Great.”

As well as confirming the phone’s name, the invite has teased the handset’s new low-light speciality f/1.8 primary camera and confirmed the LG G3’s rear-mounted volume and power keys.

What’s more, like the save the date note, the G4 event invite has once again suggested the handset will shun a plastic or metallic build in favour of a new, leather finish.

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Ahead of the phone’s April 28 launch, the LG G4 has been the subject of multiple leaks and countless rumours.

In recent weeks it has emerged that the G4 will likely pair a new 5.5-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display with Qualcomm’s latest 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM.

Stay tuned to TrustedReviews for all the latest on the upcoming G4 launch.

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