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LG G4 spotted in the wild ahead of launch

With the phone’s formal unveiling just days away, the LG G4 has been photographed in the wild for the first time.

Having been the subject of countless leaks and endless rumours in recent weeks, the G4 has now been spotted doing the rounds in Iran (via PhoneArena). What’s more, the handset teased is a previously unseen dual-SIM variant.

Echoing a series of press renders to have previously done the rounds, the latest LG G4 leaks have shown a handset with a seamed leather rear.

This is paired with a secondary, plastic-backed option. It is currently unclear if both removable rears will be boxed with the device or offered up as separate models.

The LG G4 is set to be formally unveiled next Tuesday, April 28.

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Although the first time the G4 has been caught in the wild, this is far from our first look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 rival.

In recent weeks an LG micro site leaked, offering up dozens of revealing images of the device.

This has been backed up with a series of formal unveilings, with the Korean manufacturer confirming the handset will play host to a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display, 16-megapixel, f/1.8 wide aperture primary camera and a secondary 8-megapixel sefie shooter.

Further leaks have claimed the G4 will play host to 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 808 processor and a sizeable 3000mAh battery.

Stay tuned to TrustedReviews for all the latest on next week’s G4 launch.

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