Leaked TENAA Photos Allegedly Show Upcoming LG G4 Note/Pro

News has emerged from South Korea revealing LG's newest phablet in leaked photos coming from China's TENAA.

Leaked images from China's regulatory organization, TENAA shows what appears to be an upcoming LG slate that will be called the LG G4 Note or LG G4 Pro.

The new device, codenamed LG-H968, is shown to have a plastic build, back-mounted buttons, and a removable battery, and will reportedly be unveiled on a press conference scheduled for October 10, confirming LG's head honcho Juno Cho's earlier statement the company will be introducing a new high-end device in Q4 2015.

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Based on the image, the front of the device shows a design with refined top bezels and a front-facing camera located to the right of a wide speaker grille. The device's light sensors appear on the top left corner under the display glass.

The phablet appears to have an all-plastic body bracketed by a metal frame, with a removable plastic back cover, and a rear camera located between the tablet's laser autofocus and dual-LED flash. From the photos, it cannot be determined whether the device's circular power button has an in-built fingerprint scanner.

Despite the TENAA leak, none of the phablet's specifications have been revealed, including internal hardware and display resolution, which is rumored to be at 1440 x 2560 pixels. However, speculations have emerged the LG G4 Note/Pro may share many of the same features as the LG G4, which the South Korean smartphone manufacturer released in April.

With the LG G4 carrying a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor, the upcoming LG G4 Note/Pro may carry the same SoC or even a Snapdragon 820. There have even been expectations a stylus may be one of the accessories that accompany the upcoming high-end tablet.

A new update from popular Twitter leakster, @evleaks also mentioned the LG G4 Note/Pro will be dubbed the V10, based on the V image embossed on the device's back in one of the leaked photos.

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