LG had a string of hits in the form of the G3 and G Pro 2 in 2014. Both devices were well received by critics and consumers alike. While the LG G4 is still months away, those that enjoy rumours will be keen to know more about the purported handset.
According to an unconfirmed report, LG G4 will be packing a Snapdragon 810 processor under the hood. Just like the G Flex 2 announced last week at CES 2015, there is a possibility to see the premium handset sporting a powerful Snapdragon 810 chipset.
In addition to that, the purported forthcoming handset, the G4, could pack a wide angle 16-megapixel rear-facing shooter on the back. The original LG G3 had a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera on the back side. That's according to rumours coming out of Greece.
The report also hints that the G4 will come stuffed with a healthy 3GB of RAM. Leaked report seamlessly confirm the Android 5.0 Lollipop will power the G4 - the upcoming high-end handset from the South Korean tech giant.
Based on the leaked report, it seems that the G4 could be launched at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) in March this year. Apparently, this was the original plan for the G Flex 2, but it was released last week at CES 2015.
LG's current-generation flagship device, the G3, nears an end. So, it's safe to assume that LG is indeed planning to come with a brand new handset that could replace the ageing G3.
At the same time, it's being reported that the G4 could arrive with a dual-edge display, making it the first premium phone to sport such design. As of now, Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge is the only device available in the market that features an edge display.
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