Following the launch of the LG G4, G4 Stylus and G4c, the South Korean major plans to launch a new flagship device later this year. A new report claims LG is planning a second flagship smartphone for launch later this year, in order to boost sales.
According to Focus Taiwan, an LG representative confirmed that the new premium handset should arrive in the second half of 2015.
The report also claims that Eason Shao, LG's Taiwanese mobile director, said: "The hardware specifications for the second phone have not yet been finalised."
Earlier this year, Cho Jun-hi, LG's mobile business lead, was quotes saying that: "We are planning to release a product that stands above the G series."
He further added: "It will be launched during the second half of this year."
While details are scarce, and of course completely unsubstantiated, the next-gen handset from LG could be the legitimate successor to the G Pro 2.
While many of you may wonder why LG would be planning to release a new flagship phone so soon after the release of the G4 , it's clear that the tech giant may be planning to announce a premium device to rival the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Apple iPhone 7.
Hopefully, LG will share more information soon, so keep checking back with us for more LG news.