The LG G7 Neo was teased at the recently held Mobile World Congress 2018 even though LG didn’t officially launch it. The device is expected to feature a full-screen design with a notch on the top of the display to house the front speaker and selfie shooter. The renders were outed during the tech trade fair but here is a fresh set of renders designed by Benjamin Geskin based on the MWC leak.
The number of smartphones that would feature the notch design keeps growing by the day and the LG G7 Neo is set to join the trend which was sparked of by the iPhone X. The concept renders show both the front and rear design of the 2018 LG flagship.
At the front, the notch at the top of the display is the main standout feature but the device also seems to have a nearly bezel-less design. The notch will house the selfie camera as well as the speaker and other sensors. The left and right side of the notch will also function as notification bars. At the rear, there is a dual camera setup stacked vertically and located at the top centre. The rear cameras are accompanied by an LED flash. There is also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Specs wise, the LG G7 (Neo) is said to pack a 6-inch OLED display with a resolution of 3120×1440pixlels. The device will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 chip paired with 6GB of RAM while there is up to 128GB of storage onboard. It is yet to be seen if this design will be able to win LG a sizable slice of the high-end mobile phone market share this time around.