Leaked LG device does away with screen bezel and buttons, could be the Optimus G2


  • Super_Deluxe

    Hopefully this is the nexus 5. Large screen with minimal bezels will appeal more people

    • icyhotonmynuts

      Hopefully LG won’t be making the next Nexus

    • Ugslick

      The Nexus 5, if made by LG (most likely Id say) then it will be based off the Optimus G2 (which could very well be this leaked image), just like the Nexus 4 was based off the original Optimus G.

    • Ugslick

      LG is making the Optimus G2 before the Nexus 5. The N5 is almost certainly based off the Optimus G2 (NOT the Optimus G Pro)

    • EvanKrosney

      Yes, and it will probably be based off of it spec wise. But the design is still up in the air. After all, the N4 looks nothing like the current Optimus G.

    • Ugslick

      They are similar enough. They have the same design language, Google just likes its curved design for the Nexus handsets.

    • Bobsuruncle

      hurrrr less bezels durrrr

      enjoy covering the screen with your fingers

  • deltatux

    As long as there’s a bezel big enough for my thumb while holding my phone with one hand while watching videos (like the Nexus 4), I’ll be happy.

  • Timmy Bill

    No buttons? Very original.

  • Stephen

    yawn LG. It’ll break 50% of the time just like the LG Optimus crap and Nexus with its garbage battery driver

    • Bobsuruncle

      You mean the crapsung s3. There fixed that for you.

    • Bobsuruncle

      I’m in g*y love with Stephen! XD

  • Gsizzle

    Looks pretty good. But looking forward to the Motorola (Google) X phone atm.

  • Yuvin

    The Nexus 5 is probably a modified version of this phone! Yay!

  • disqus_kCPMN1BEYg

    Bazel and screen size are not important if LG keeps using same outdated software and neglecting Android updates

  • David

    So samsung releases a phone with a 5 inch screen and suddenly, everyone’s doing it. We’re not ALL born with basketball player hands you know!

    • theeye30

      uhm.. no. this year, Sony was the one to first sell a 5inch flagship phone, not Samsung. And according to evleaks, it’s 4.7. It’s too early to speculate about the screen size.

    • David

      You may be right about the fact that it’s just rumors, but i wasn’t necessarily talking about 2013. The first Galaxy Note was released in early 2012 and was STILL considered a phone. and the S3 almost had 5 inches anyway and then there was the Galaxy Note II. All that before 2013.

    • theeye30

      I do agree that these oems should stop making bigger phones for the sake of having something bigger is better, and should stay from 4-4.75 inch phones. Though, the first galaxy note was 5.29 inch, and the note 2 was around 5.5 inch. These were phablets, another category for other consumer. If this LG phone can minimize the bezel and and still can be held by an average hand size people like me, using one hand, then it’s okay. I do fear the size trend we are going.

  • IceCreamGuy

    HTC’s gonna sue!