It’ll be hitting stores in (SoKor) by May
LG put off announcing their next flagship during Mobile World Congress earlier this year, but reports from their home country of South Korea indicate that the manufacturer is ready to take off the wraps of their newest baby this month. According to ETNews, the company confirmed to South Korean media that their next flagship will be announced in late April, with the phone hitting shelves in the country by mid-May.
The G7 (or whatever LG decides to call their next flagship) will be the first phone in LG’s roster to use an M-LCD display, which is more power efficient (up to 35%) compared to a traditional LCD panel. It’s also cheaper than OLED panels that are all the rage in flagships these days, which will lower the cost of the phone.
Aside from the new display, the phone will likely feature the same AI-powered camera that debuted on the company’s V30s ThinQ, as well as their first ever f/1.5 camera. Other expected features are a display notch similar to its contemporaries, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM and either 64GB and 128GB of storage.