LG G2 will rock nano-SIM, according to leaked manual

5th Aug 2013 | 20:47

LG G2 will rock nano-SIM, according to leaked manual

Could it join exclusive club?

A leak today showed that the LG G2, the Korean company's next flagship phone, will use next-gen nano-SIM technology.

This tidbit materialized in the form of an allegedly leaked product manual on the French site NoWhereElse.fr.

The manual also seems to reveal that the G2 won't have a fingerprint scanner, which was previously speculated.

But back to what it will include: It looks like the G2 will sport a microSD slot and a removable 2610mAh battery.

LG G2 specs

The G2 is LG's next flagship phone, and although the firm dropped the "Optimus" from the name, it's still very much the follow-up to the Optimus G.

Other rumored specs for the G2 include a 5.2-inch 1080p display, rear-mounted volume controls, and a Snapdragon 800 processor.

With the smaller nano-SIM tech that was spearheaded by Apple last year LG might be able to keep that form factor thin, as well.

If it does rock nano-SIM, it will follow in the footsteps of the iPhone 5 and Asus Padfone Infinity.

The good news? We only have to wait until Wednesday to find out just what the G2 has in store.

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Via Engadget

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