The LG G6 was unleashed onto the world in early 2017 as it was a big upgrade over its predecessor. LG got rid of the contemporary modular design and opted for an attractive new glass and metal body with thin bezels. We’re ready for what will its successor bring to the table, but it’s not going to happen just yet.
Romanian Android blog Android has stated that the “LG G7” will be compatible with Qualcomm’s all-new 4.0 Quick Charge technology. It intimates that the LG G7 will come with the chip-makers new-gen Snapdragon 845 processor all over the world. However, there’s a curiosity that what will it look like, and what will be inside. Here you’ll find the LG G7 Specs as we know it through leaks, rumors and confirmed the news.
In terms of LG G7 release date, you’re probably out of luck if you were hoping to see the LG G7 at MWC 2018 which takes place every February. But based on rumors, Jo Seong-jin, CEO and Vice Chairman of LG Electronics has ordered a full redesign of the phone pushing back to April 2018.
It won’t be cheap whenever it lands. We expect it cost north of $700 at retail in line with other LG flagships, in the UK around £568 and LG G7 Price in Australia around $967. Though it’s a handsome amount of cash, not as much as some others.
The LG G7 release date is right around the corner and plenty of rumors and leaks have been giving us a good idea of what it could offer. Here’s a list of LG G7 specifications we’ve heard so far.
The rumors surrounding that LG G7’s design will neither be different than its predecessor nor are we expecting there to be a good deal of change compared to the LG G6. However, the phone could come with a nearly bezel-less design, a glass rear with a metal frame and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Moreover, there are few refinements which are expected, but nothing has been confirmed yet. But, it is expected that the flagship could sport thinner bezels, making it more elegant for its screen size.
Undoubtedly, LG has set a great track-record over the last few years in terms of camera performance, and hopefully, we are expecting the LG G7 mobile phone to follow suit. Blass has claimed the LG G7 may have a 16MP dual-camera setup with f/1.6 lenses. Furthermore, LG will increase the resolutions of the sensors on the rear, and it’s likely that it will have OIS, PDAF, manual mode for adjusting shutter speed, ISO, exposure and white balance.
It is rumored that LG planned to switch to OLED screens in its flagships from late 2017. And most importantly, the LG G7 could be highly powerful too as once source claiming LG is now working with Qualcomm to ensure the G7 uses the Snapdragon 845.
There’s much more to discuss LG’s 2018 flagship that can be gleaned from the G6 as it’s the first smartphone releasing with small bezels, and an 18:9 aspect ratio. However, what it will look like piece-by-piece is a complete mystery right now.