As LG is not in the mood to launch its flagship G7 smartphone at MWC 2018 in Barcelona later this month, it is much likely to launch a new variant of the V30 called the V30s in the event instead. Now the recent news also says that that the South Korean company might launch the next-generation smartphone, which is codenamed “Judy” in June this year. The news of this new smartphone has arrived from Evan Blass of VentureBeat.
The phone has been leaked and the main attraction would be the screen size of this new smartphone. LG will pack a 6.1-inch, 18:9 aspect ratio screen in Judy with the MLCD+ technology (with white sub-pixels) which is used in the display which provides a high 800-nit brightness and consumes 35 percent less power than a typical IPS LCD panel. If we compare the new smartphone, the G6 had a 5.7-inch 18:9 display with a resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels.
Apart from the display part of the smartphone, some key specifications have also be highlighted. Under the hood, there will be a Snapdragon 845 processor which is coupled with 4GB RAM. It is also said to come with 64GB of internal storage. For the optics, the Judy smartphone is also expected two 16MP snappers on the back with f/1.6 lenses. Along with all these, the smartphone will also have a wireless charging support, “boom sound” stereo speakers, IP68 durability, voice assistant, and camera AI.
The phone is believed to be the successor of G6 model by LG but the new smartphone will not be dubbed as G7, as per the reports. We will be sharing regular details.