There is never an end to smartphone sector. Every year a new version will be introduced with a new brand design and upgraded features. The same is the case with LG. One of the new flagships which is rumored to launch at MWC 2018 might probably show off in June. Recent rumors from VentureBeat suggest that LG is working on a smartphone with a code name “Judy” and is anticipated to release in June.
If the word rolling around the web is to be true then this Judy would be featuring a bigger display. Unlike, LG G6 which sports 5.7-inches display, the upcoming flagship can stretch out the display to 6.1-inches. While the resolution is still not clear, but it is ought to feature a new type of display with an MLCD plus panel. The new panel is capable enough to consume less power compared to the traditional IPS panel. It may further provide an impressive brightness of 800 nits. Since the display consumes less power, you can definitely expect a longer battery life than usual.
As for the internals, the LG’s upcoming flagship may have the Snapdragon 845 platform. It carries an octa-core CPU, Adreno 430 GPU, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. On the rear end, there is a dual camera setup of 16MP sensors with f/1.6 aperture. As of now, there is no information about the front camera sensor. But the alleged Judy may definitely sport 5MP camera. With its IP68 certification, the device can resist the water level up to 5 feet for 30 minutes.
Other notable features include wireless charging, artificial intelligence with a digital assistant, camera AI, and voice recognition. Apparently, it is a successor of the 2017 flagship LG G6, but the company might give it another name rather than LG G7. VentureBeat states that LG is targeting to launch the flagship in June and may globalize it later.
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