LG made few announcements this MWC, showed up with many new smartphone strategies this year. Thus, moving forward after refreshed LG V30 and many other flagships earlier in 2017. The most awaited LG G7 has been finally leaked at the ongoing MWC.
According to Ynet, LG G7 Neo is powered by the top class Snapdragon 845. The phone is possibly included by 64GB of storage and a decent 4GB RAM, another variant has 128GB of storage and 6GB RAM. The Clock option has been shifted to left of the screen.
Moving up to the display, G7 is an 6-inched smartphone with the OLED display for the round corners. The screen looks magnificent in terms of resolution as it gives 3,120×1,440, with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The phone is edged with 572 ppi pixel density which gives tough competition to the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and S9.
However, the hardware seems to be different in design as compared from the earlier models from LG. The phone comes up with a vertical dual-camera with flash, following up the fingerprint sensor at the glass black. There’s an 8MP wide-angle selfie camera and a 16MP primary shooter at the back. The phone is again powered by a 3,000 mAH battery which looks really low according to the camera’s other specs.
Ynet mentioned a new “boombox” feature that plays with high resonance when placed on any surface. Evan Blass confirmed that many new lineups are about to come this summer. He quoted, “Little bird told me that in the same venue that this G7 was being shown, there was also a Q7 and V35. And a new watch.”
LG is expected to launch “Judy” too, with few more new changes and features. Judy is said to have a MLCD+ screen tech with a 6.1-inch, 18:9 display. Lets just sit back and expect the best to arrive this summer.