We got to see the G7 (Neo) show up at this year’s Mobile World Congress, showing off a handset with minimized bezels and a notch at the top of the display. It’s not confirmed at this point whether or not that specific handset is actually going to be the G6′s successor, but it seems at least possible it will be.
Now ETNews reports that LG is planning on launching the G7 in May in South Korea. There will be an event to showcase the new flagship smartphone sometime in April. There is no word on when the Life’s Good crew might be planning to bring the G6′s successor to international markets, like the United States, but one would have to hope it isn’t too far after the launch in Korea.
The report doesn’t confirm any specific new details, but the rumor mill has pointed to the G7 using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood and the handset boasting a pair of 16MP cameras on the back. There will also reportedly be a fingerprint reader on the back.
Rumors also suggest an LG G7 Pro might launch at some point in the future, too, which would feature significant bumps in both built-in storage and RAM when compared to the standard G7 model.
Are you eagerly anticipating the arrival of the LG G7?