This year, LG skipped its annual tradition of launching its flagship G series smartphone at MWC. Now the company is all set to launch its LG G7 and LG G7 Plus smartphones in May 2018. The company had already announced that they are taking a break from their annual cycle and we will see a change in the name of the smartphones.
Whatever LG decides to call the LG G7 and G7 Plus, these two will be great smartphones based on the leaked specifications. According to the latest leak, reported by ETNews, LG G7 will cost around KRW 100,000 more than its predecessor. Around ₹6000 more than the LG G6. The report also mentions the tentative launch dates.
LG will launch the LG G7, G7 Plus/G7 Neo at the end of April or in early May. The device has been leaked a few times in the past and every report points towards an iPhone X like notch at the top. The smartphone will also come with all the features launched with the LG V30S ThinQ under its ThinQ AI branding.
It will come with a 6-inch 2880 x 1440 18:9 aspect ration POLED display and have glass to the back and front. The all glass body will be accompanied by an aluminum frame. Moving to the back you will see the vertical dual camera setup just in the middle. It is slightly different from the iPhone X in terms of placement and flash location. There is circular fingerprint scanner just below the dual vertical camera setup. This means no under-display fingerprint scanner but we might see a face unlock feature from LG.
The smartphone is expected to come with the latest Gorilla Glass 6 and will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 845 processor. Which is a two-generation upgrade if we compare it to the Snapdragon 821 on the LG G6. We can expect the smartphone to have 6GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage for the top-end variant. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for more tech updates.
For latest tech news join our WhatsApp Broadcast List, Download our App to get all tech content in one App. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more tech content. Subscribe to our Youtube channel for crisp tech videos.