The next high-end LG, the G7, which would be presented in June of this year can be seen in detailed concepts based on information “from within”.
This year might not be easy for the company’s mobile divisions, but the LG is doing the right thing by rebranding its main series.
Thanks to TechnoBuffalo, we have the following concepts based on the leaks they claim they got from within the company.
We can see a design quite similar to the LG V30 (or failing V30S ThinQ) but with a reduced screen-to-frame ratio.
Specifications all but confirmed for the high-end phone include a 6-inch (3120×1440) OLED display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845, up to 6GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of storage.
The backside features a dual-camera setup with two-tone LED flash as well as laser autofocus. Below all of that is LG’s signature home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner.