LG may not have introduced the G7 at the MWC 2018 event but the device is surely staying in the news thanks to leaks and rumors. Today we are hearing that the device is said to feature a dedicated A.I button and f/1.5 aperture. According to the ETNews, the device is expected to go official in Seoul at the end of April and will be launched in Korea in mid-May. Continue reading “LG G7 said to feature a dedicated AI button, dual-rear cameras with f/1.5 aperture”
LG Electronics to likely roll back to LCD display for its upcoming G7 flagship in a bid to reduce costs and sustain market losses. Though OLED displays are slimmer and more energy-efficient, they almost cost double or triple the price of LCD panels. Continue reading “LG G7 said to feature LCD display instead of OLED as a cost-cutting measure”
Last week live images and video of the upcoming flagship LG smartphone surfaced from the MWC 2018 as G7 (Neo). Now based on the images, TechnoBuffalo has posted concept renders of the smartphone created by Benjamin Geskin. This shows iPhone X-like notch and earlier rumor said that it will feature a 6-inch (1440 x 3120 pixels) FullVision display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and a whopping 900 PPI pixel density. There is a small bezel below the screen.
Continue reading “LG’s next flagship smartphone with FullVision display with a notch surfaces in renders”
LG and Huawei backed out from announcing their flagships at the MWC 2018 earlier this week. However, according to a report from Ynet, the company is said to have showcased the upcoming LG flagship in a private conference at the MWC 2018 event. Going by the flake and how viral the video has become in the short period of time, we might actually be looking at the G7 indeed. Continue reading “LG said to have showcased its next-flagship in a private conference at MWC 2018 ahead of announcement in June”