LG was recently reported to be tinkering with the possibility of rebranding its G series lineup and this could see the dream of a flagship G7 dashed this year. Well, in that case, it would come with another name. That may not be the case, anyway, and even if it was, it hasn’t stopped renders of the G7 from popping online. We just spotted one and it promises a topnotch design is coming on the next LG flagship.
The render purported to be that of the G7 reveals tinier bezels than found on the G6. The bezels are so tiny that we found it difficult making out the bottom bezel. The top bezel which is distinct also shows a tiny setup, much thinner than the G6’s and just enough to accommodate the front cameras and speakers. The side bezels are also almost non-existence. This gives the G7 a higher screen-to-body ratio. By the way, the render suggests the G7 will land with dual cameras at the front. The two cameras are located on the left side of the earpiece, while on the right are placed the proximity sensor and LED indicator. Of course, we expect a similar dual camera setup at the rear as well. There are two buttons on the left side which are likely the volume rockers and the power button may stay at the back.
According to a recent report, LG G7 is expected to be announced in March and would be on sale in April at the earliest. The flagship is expected to feature a similar FullVision 18:9 OLED display that is present on the LG V30 flagship. A Snapdragon 845 chipset will power the device, paired with 6 GB of RAM. It will also feature an IP68 certified chassis and is also tipped to pack an iris scanner for locking up certain apps.