Following LG’s revelation to change its smartphone launch strategy, the South Korean company is now speculated to bring its flagship, allegedly called the LG G7 to life, preferably in June.
According to a report by VentureBeat, the forthcoming LG smartphone is likely to be codenamed Judy (following its tradition of its inclination towards female names). The LG G7 is expected to come with a new display tech, known as MLCD+ which is claimed to illuminate 800 nits of brightness with its power consumption 35 per cent lesser than the regular IPS LCD ones.
The screen size could be rated at 6.1-inch with an aspect ratio standing at 18:9. The smartphone is likely to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, coupled with 4GB of RAM. There could be 64GB of inbuilt storage and stereo speakers. On the camera front, the smartphone might feature dual cameras at the back with AI capabilities.
Additionally, the LG G7 is rumoured to come with IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, support wireless charging, digital assistant and voice recognition.
However, the aforementioned information is just a rumour with nothing factual backing it. To know what LG brings to the stage to surprise us, stay tuned with us.