LG decided to skip MWC 2015 when it came to announcing a new flagship smartphone. Samsung and HTC occupied the podium with their current-generation flagships, so LG decided to wait till the hype around the competition died down. The next flagship from LG, allegedly known as the LG G4, is believed to be launched in April. With the launch drawing closer, the rumours about what all it could bring to the table are seeing a rise.
The official press renders of the device had leaked earlier and now we have more information about its specs sheet. The LG G4 is expected to come with a 5.6-inch display which will have a resolution of 2K or 3K. If latter becomes true, it would be the first smartphone to sport a 3K display. The device will come with top-of-the line specs which would put it right up there with the other flagships. The rumoured specs of the LG G4 include a Snapdragon 810 SoC coupled with a 3GB RAM which shall be good enough for doing everything that you may wish for, including driving that insanely high-resolution display, thanks to a powerful Adreno 430 GPU. LG might just bring in a variant with a 4GB RAM but we cannot be sure about it as of now. The LG G4 will run Android 5.0 Lollipop with a few customisations on top of it.
The main camera will have a resolution of 16-megapixels and will come with OIS (optical image stabilisation) as per what we know. The smartphone is expected to come with a fingerprint sensor, a feature which has been slowly making its need felt in the smartphone world, at least in the high-end offerings. Expect the device to be launched by last week of April or in early May. We’ll keep you posted as more information about it crops up.