The LG G7 is expected to debut by the end of this month. Recent leaks have revealed that the smartphone would be equipped with a notched display. Today, an image of a front panel of the upcoming LG G7 has been shared by a tipster from Vietnam, the place where the South Korean company is said to be manufacturing the smartphone. The image reveals that the LG G7 will have a notch at the top and it will be offering a tall aspect ratio.
Recent reports have revealed that the LG G7 would be arriving with a 6.1-inch screen that will offer an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. It is speculated to support a high resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels. As far as the display of the phone is concerned, a recent report had revealed that the smartphone would be available in LCD and OLED screen variants.
Rumors have it that the LG G7 with LCD display will actually feature a new kind of screen called M+ LCD (or MLCD+), a product by LG Display. Each pixel of the M+ LCD comprises of red, green and blue and white. Also, compared to the conventional LCD panel, it can emit more light and consume 40 percent less power. Recent reports have also claimed that the M+ LCD display of the LG G7 will produce brightness of up to 800-nits.
The Snapdragon 845 chipset is expected to power the LG G7. It is expected to arrive in 64 GB and 128 GB storage models that may respectively feature 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM. For photography, it may feature an f/1.6 aperture dual camera setup of 16-megapixel. Other speculated features of the LG G7 include IP68 certified chassis, HDR 10 support and 3,000mAh battery. Recent rumors claim that the LG G7 will be made official by the end of this month and it will be available for buying in May.