LG Electronics is reportedly planning to launch its latest flagship smartphones, allegedly named the LG G7 and LG G7 Plus, in May this year. Fresh information revealed by a South Korean publication states that the company is aiming to launch the LG G7 at the end of next month. The Nokia brand, now running Android, is also flooding the global market with phones in all price categories, which further puts the squeeze on LG, a brand that has had trouble with meaningful innovation. Both phones are said to be unveiled in late April or early May, and go on sale in May. The camera will have AI capabilities like in LG V30S. The smartphones have 16-megapixel and 13-megapixel dual cameras on the back, along with a 5-megapixel front shooter. The handset is said to pack a 3000mAh battery under the hood. In terms pricing, the LG G7 is said to cost a bit more than its predecessor, at least in Korea. Similar to the LG G6 Plus, the G7 Plus is rumored to come with more storage than the original G7, and possibly extra RAM. To recall, during their launch, the LG G6+ was priced by the company at KRW 957,000 (roughly Rs. 58,300) while the LG G6 32GB storage variant was made available at KRW 819,500 (roughly Rs. 49,900).
To recall, a report had previously shared a render based on all the speculations around the LG G7 handset.
MWC 2018 saw LG copying iPhone X like notch in its upcoming flagship, the LG G7. Additionally, the LG G7 is said to sport a 6-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1440×3120 pixels, an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, and 900 ppi.