The smaller version of LG G4 is dubbed LG G4c. LG

LG seems to pressing ahead with a mini version for its flagship series, with rumours doing the rounds about a compact model of the recently launched LG G4.

WinFuture has shared a few details about the unannounced mini LG G4 smartphone that is dubbed LG G4c and bears model number LG-H525N. The mini version reportedly bears a design similar to the G4, with the diamond pattern on the plastic back and slightly curved front. This model is expected to fit among the mid-rangers in the market.

In terms of specifications, the G4c expected to feature a 5in IPS display that has resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, against the 5.5in screen of the original G4.

LG G4c
A leaked photo of LG G4c.

Under the hood would be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 410 with a quad-core processor, clocked at 1.2GHz, while coupled with 1GB RAM. The handset would offer 8GB internal storage, which can be expanded via a MicroSD card.

Like other mid-rangers in the market, the G4c is also likely to pack an eight megapixel rear-camera, with LED flash and auto-focus. On the front there would be a five megapixel selfie camera and inside it is a battery of 2540mAh.

The device is likely to run Android 5.0 Lollipop with LG's native user interface, LG UX 4.0. Additionally, it would support HSPA+ and NFC. It is expected to be priced around 279 euros (approximately £202).

The LG G4 is set to hit the UK market later this month, which is expected to be followed by the launch of the mini model in the first week of June, more specifically, on 5 June.

[Source: WinFuture via GSMArena]