The LG G7 might finally be adopting that ‘notch and chin’ display design that has popularized in Android smartphones. In addition, the flagship might also be featuring an impressive camera upgrade, but that is nothing new since LG has always nailed the optics on its high-end phone lineup.
LG G7 360-Degree Renders Reveal the Design of the Phone From Every Angle and Reveal That It Will Feature a F/1.5 Aperture Primary Camera
We do not know a lot about the LG G7 yet, but we can always count on insiders to give us a sneak peak. Apparently, the smartphone will sport an M+ LCD, which is an RGBW panel that can be up to 35 percent more power efficient because of the white pixels. Even though this is nothing new, we haven’t seen an impressive implementation yet.
According to this source and a CAD-based rendering of the phone, the screen will also have a notch. The selfie camera, ambient light sensor, earpiece will all be inside that notch. The screen would measure in at 6 inches and is expected to have an aspect ratio of 19:9. Below the screen, there will be a chin as well. To the relief of many, the 3.5mm audio jack will also be present with the being made of glass and metal, thus giving it support for wireless charging.
LG G7 will also harness the company’s AI efforts. It will have a dedicated button for AI and will focus on Q lens and Q voice. The phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC and will be complemented with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory (6GB of RAM and 128GB on the G7+ is expected).
The phone will also sport a dual-rear camera system with 16MP + 16MP dual sensors with a F/1.5 aperture, as seen on Galaxy S9. However, it remains to be seen if it will be variable or not.
LG G7 might be unveiled by the end of this money and customers in Korea will be able to buy the phone from mid-May.
News Source: The Mr Phone