In spite of all rumours that LG had called off its upcoming G-Series flagship, the firm has been displaying a phone which it calls as the LG G7 at MWC.
The phone, quite similar to the Asus Zenfone 5 and the approaching OnePlus 6, possesses an iPhone X-like notch, which is present there at the top of its 6in OLED display which boasts an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
The reports have also assured that the so-called G7 has two 16MP cameras present there on its back side, an 8MP camera on the front, a 3,000mAh battery, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, 64GB built-in storage and 4GB RAM. A second version of the device is also supposed to be made available that is going to present 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
It has been reported the device can come out to be the very smartphone that LG has scrapped, further adding weight to the previous rumours that firm binned the G7 so as to recreate it from scratch.
Previously in this year, it has been claimed by reports that LG Electronics vice chairman and CEO Jo Seong-jin has given strict orders for the company’s engineers to stop the work on the present G7 hardware and rather start making a latest flagship from nothing.
This “direct order” has reportedly got disclosed later than Seong-jin has stated at CES that the firm is not going to present some latest smartphones only for the reason that their opponents do.
So, rather they stuck a notch on it quite naturally.
Yet, it has not been disclosed the time when the LG G7 is to be presented, if at all, and at this time LG has to comment on this.
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