It appears that it is becoming harder and harder for phone manufacturers to keep any secrets about their devices under wraps. Today, the user manual for LG's upcoming G2 phablet surfaced online and was spotted by the French blog Nowhere Else. According to the manual, the device will use a nano SIM card, which puts it in the top list of phones to use the new technology.
The manual also shows the device will have a microSD card slot and a 2610mAh battery, which means this phablet could quite possibly rival the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III that we reported on earlier today. Sadly, there does not appear to be a fingerprint reader anywhere on the device which seems to debunk many of the rumors we have been hearing for the last couple of weeks.
LG is expected to launch the G2 phablet this Wednesday and you can tune in to TweakTown for full coverage on the new device. Samsung will launch their next-generation phablet September 4, which puts LG quite a few weeks ahead in the new phablet race.