For 2018, LG is changing its release schedule. Instead of a brand new model in the first quarter, the Korean company will announce an upgraded version of the V30 called the LG V30s. New report has revealed when the main flagship will launch and a few of its specs.
The upcoming phone which will likely not be called the LG G7 is currently known as “Judy”. It will come with a 6.1” screen with a new display technology called MLCD+. The new display is said to include a new white sub-pixel in addition to the RGBW color matrix. This will give it an increased brightness, (up to 800 nits) but with a 35% reduction in energy consumption compared to an IPS LCD.
Like most of the other flagships that will be released this year, Judy will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 processor with an Adreno 630 GPU. RAM is said to be 4GB and is paired with 64GB of storage. There will definitely be other memory variants.
The phone will come with dual rear cameras. Both will be 13MP sensors, each with a f/1.6 aperture. Like the LG G6 and LG V30, it will also have an IP68 rating, be MIL-STD-810G certified, and rock stereo speakers that will be referred to as “Boombox”.
Other features are HDR10 support, wireless charging, digital assistant, voice recognition, and a camera infused with AI. The phone is reported to be scheduled for a June launch.