Whatever LG has up its sleeve for the G4 unveiling, it's set to take place around the world with events on April 28 in New York, London, and Paris, as well as Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul on April 29.
The email also contains an image with the words "See the Great. Feel the Great," using the G logo from its flagship series. The words are also laid out on a leather background, which could be a hint at leather being incorporated in some way in the G4.
Little is known about the LG G4 at the moment, but we did get a peek at a possible benchmark for the device earlier today. According to the results, LG's next flagship may pack a 2K display, 16MP camera, and a six-core Snapdragon 808 CPU.
In any case, keep it locked to Android Central on April 28, as we'll bring you the latest on LG's latest.
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