Though there has been no shortage of information regarding LG’s upcoming Optimus G2, what with the launch event scheduled just a few weeks from now on August 7, we haven’t been able to get a super clear look at the device. Thanks to the work of anonymous tipster though, now we can.
The tipster sent in a slew of photos of the device to Engadget, revealing the ultra-slim bezel surrounding the device’s rumored 5.2-inch, 1080p display and lack of capacitive navigation buttons. Also seen in the shots is the uniquely-place volume control buttons on the back of the device, which were first spotted in leaked images that were taken off-screen of an ad for the G2. Some of the images of the screen appear to show off the camera UI and different lock screen options, as well.
The tipster also confrimed a couple of details about the device, including the Snapdragon 800 processor (which LG itself has already confirmed) clocking in at 2.3 GHz and 2 GB of RAM. The pictured unit is a model that’s headed to Sprint, though no branding can be seen on the device; rather, a photo of the settings menu confirmed the carrier and that the phone will run Android 4.2.2.