The LG G2 has yet to be officially announced, however it looks like we are getting some additional details this week. The latest round of G2 related news and leaks has arrived in the form of an LG provided teaser video and a leaked user manual. With that being said, lets start off with the teaser video, which comes by way of LG and is dubbed the "LG G2 Manifesto Film."
This teaser measures in at just shy of 1 minute and 30 seconds and talks about the differences between human and technology. Aside from the obvious reasons, the video points towards how technology can make mistakes and humans turn mistakes into opportunities. Of course, that was just one of the provided examples. The interesting part of the video was how LG appeared to be building up humans and pushing down the technology.
That point was made clear towards the end when they mention "there's no greater technology than humans." Of course, that brought us to the line we have heard from LG in the recent past about how the LG G2 will be "learning from you." Simply put, it is looking like the LG G2 will bring much of the focus on the user experience as opposed to the specs. A move that we recently saw with the Moto X announcement.
Shifting away from the video and we also have the leaked user manual. People seem to get excited about user manual leaks, but the strange part about that is those same user manuals often go unread when they arrive in the box with the smartphone. Anyway, this manual arrived as a total of 220 pages, but in Korean.
Language barrier aside, there were some details revealed. For example, the manual pointed towards the handset as having measurements of 138.5 x 70.9 x 8.9mm. The G2 will weigh in at 143 grams. Other details from the manual show the handset as having a microSD card slot, using a nano-SIM card and sporting a 2610 mAh battery. And finally, the backside of the phone will have the volume up/down rocker with a power/lock button sitting in the middle.