Jan 12 AT 5:14 PM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

LG’s G6 successor reportedly appears in new render


At the beginning of the year, LG announced that it would be rebranding its flagship G series of smartphones. While the company has yet to announce the new branding, a leak is purporting to show a render of LG’s successor to the G6. The render is quite dark and only shows the front of the smartphone. Nevertheless, we’re able to make out extraordinarily slim bezels on all sides of the display, as well as dual front cameras, which have previously been rumored. LG_G7_Render

The new flagship is slated to be a powerhouse, sporting a Snapdragon 835 chipset and 6GB of RAM. We’re also expecting another dual rear camera setup, a fingerprint sensor, and Quick Charge 4.0, as well as the latest version of Android, which should still be Oreo.

More leaks and rumors are likely to surround LG’s next flagship as it inches closer to a release. Keep it locked on Android and Me as we bring you updates.

Source: TigerMobiles

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