LG G6 successor codenamed ‘Judy’ may arrive in June this year

LG has not yet revealed anything about its flagship G-series smartphone and if it will be there at the upcoming MWC 2018 conference, which is scheduled to begin from February 26 until February 28 at Barcelona, Spain. The company has not even sent any invite or has posted any teaser for the particular device, confirming that fans may have to wait for some more days to see the device.

So the question here is that when will we get to see the ‘LG G7’ smartphone?A report from Venturebeat suggests that the South Korean technology company may keep the launch date of its next-gen flagship smartphone sometime in June this year. It has also been mentioned that the LG G6 successor is codenamed as ‘Judy’. The smartphone is rumoured to come with a brand new design, unlike the previous versions that have been minor updates.
The smartphone is said to sport a larger screen than the LG G6, which means a 6.1-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio. ‘Judy’ could also mark the debut of a new type of display – MLCD+ panel. The panel’s RGBW matrix is said to bring 800-nit brightness on board while consuming 35% less power.

Some of the other specifications of the LG G6 successor include Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 64GB storage, 4GB RAM, 16MP dual rear camera sensors with f/1.6 aperture, IP68 rating, stereo speakers, HDR10 support, wireless charging and camera AI.

Although LG’s flagship missing from MWC 2018 is a disappointment for many, it will still be there showcasing a new tech on the software level. It will be demonstrating the LG V30 2018 model running Vision AI and Voice AI. These will be reaching other LG devices as an update. These AI updates are supposed to make the camera experience and productivity better. These are likely to hit ‘Judy’ as well.

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