Phone engineers say the LG G4 is very beautiful on the inside
Not many smartphone users look inside their devices to see what’s really inside there. Apart from opening the back cover in some phones where the battery is removable, most people won’t like to ever see the internals — where all the goodies come from.
So, we took a look inside LG’s finest flagship yet, to see what’s really hanging inside there. According to the engineers at MyDrivers, dismantling the handset takes 15 minutes and you can tell it’s not an easy task. But what do they have to say about the internals and how repairable is the device? The same school of though gives the LG G4 an A grade for accessibility to repair (when there’s any damage).
We are not going to list out all the components inside the phone but the LG G4 surely comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 16MP/8MP camera, and a removable 3,000mAh battery. When released, the phone is expected to cost cheaper than last year’s G3.
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