LG didn’t unveil a flagship during the Mobile World Congress, but it’s making a great deal of noise with leaks of the new LG G4 which is rumored to be launched this April.
Based on renders released by www.nowhereelse.fr, the LG G4 will be a curved phone — one of the many that LG is said to release this year. It may sport a 5.1-inch screen with no bezels that can either go for a QHD 1440×2560 display or a 3K 1620×2880 display.
With regard to power, LG’s mobile chief Cho Juno told The Korean Times that they will be creating their own processor chips for future phones. There’s no word yet on whether the LG G4 will carry these new chips, but early reports have said that the flagship could possibly run on a Snapdragon 810 processor backed up by 3GB of RAM. What’s sure, though, is that the LG G4 will have an upgraded user experience.
“We will announce LG UX 4.0 before announcing the LG G4,” said Cho. “I think it is simply the best and the issue is how to best fit the new UX system into the G4 smartphone.”
Camera-wise, the G4 is rumored to get a boost from the G3’s 13MP to 16MP, while the battery is said to be around 3,000 to 4,000 mAh.
We’re pretty psyched about LG’s new flagship. If it’s a great deal more than what the G3 (2014’s Smartphone of the Year) had to offer, then the LG G4 is definitely worth the wait.