LG G6 is the first phone of this year to arrive with 18:9 aspect ratio screen. The LG G7 that is speculated to launch in Q1 2018 is expected to arrive with several improvements in terms of design and specs over the LG G6. A YouTube channel named Concept Creator has uploaded a video that showcases the concept design of the LG G7. Its final design will not be same as the concept model as it is a product of imagination.
The LG G7 concept model seems to be sporting a textured glass panel on its backside. The device is shown in colors like silver, light blue and red and it looks like the phone features a metallic frame. Like the G6, the concept design of LG G7 shows that it has a horizontally arranged dual rear cameras on the back panel.
Below the dual camera setup is a fingerprint scanner. The bottom side of the phone features a USB-C port. There is a 3.5mm audio jack at the topside of the phone. The G7 branding can be seen at the bottom portion of the rear panel. The left edge of the G7 concept model has the volume buttons and its right side features the Power key.
The frontside of the LG G7 concept model shows that it has a display that offers a higher screen-to-body ratio than the G6. Even though there is no mentioning of the specifications of the LG G7 in the video by Concept Creator, it can be assumed that the South Korean company will retain 18:9 aspect ratio on the screen of the phone. The side bezels are almost non-existent, but there are thin bezels at the top and bottom sides of the display. The LG G7 concept device seems to be equipped with dual front speakers.
Early rumors have claimed that the LG G7 would be driven by Snapdragon 845 chipset and it would be introduced ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The rumor mill has revealed that the LG G7 may get unveiled as early as January 2018. The company is also expected to introduce its own AI assistant on the LG G7 phone.