LG G7 smartphone revealed: Coming in May 2018
The South Korean company, LG has decided to delay the launch of its next flagship smartphone to carry out a major change at the design level, a move that caused the LG G7 to be delayed until May or June.
However, the latest information indicates that the LG G7 will arrive earlier than planned to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S9. The presentation of LG G7 would be marked for the month of April and its launching for the month of May, although no specific days have been mentioned.
At the design level, we have already seen leaks that virtually confirm the jump to a 19: 9 screen format with a notch at the top. The lines, in general, remain very close to what we have seen in other models such as the LG V30.
Regarding the specifications, everything points to the LG G7 having a 6-inch OLED screen in 19: 9 format and resolution of 3,120 x 1,440 pixels. For the processor, of course, LG is betting in the most high-end SoC Snapdragon 845 with eight-core CPU,
Adreno 630 GPU, and 6 GB of RAM.
There are no surprises for the storage, as LG G7 will available with 64 GB / 128 GB storage capacity. For the Camera, LG has used a dual-sensor 16 MP rear camera, 8 MP front camera.
The battery configuration of the smartphone is powered with a standard battery of capacity 3,000 mAh. The phone is also featuring a Fingerprint reader as standard,
It is expected that the price of the base model with 64 GB of storage capacity will be around 850 dollars, while the 128 GB model will cost about 950 dollars. They are approximate figures and not definitive, so we must bear in mind that they could vary slightly, both for good and for bad.