The two Android bigwigs, HTC and Samsung have unveiled their flagship devices and now it’s turn for another major Android manufacturer, LG to unveil its flagship smartphone. We expect the next flagship to be called the LG G4 and today, we have some alleged press renders of the much awaited smartphone.
If the leaked renders are to be believed, the LG G4 will be much inspired from the recently released LG G Flex 2. Like the Flex 2, the G4 is said to be coming with a curved body and the camera sensor on the back seems slightly protruded. There are the volume rockers, dual tone flash and the laser autofocus sensor. The device is also said to be packing a fingerprint scanner under the power button.
There’s one thing odd about the device and it’s the thickness. The renders suggest the alleged G4 to be extremely thick for today’s standards and considering the G Flex 2 is pretty thin, we aren’t really sure this is the final design. The leaker also suggests that these renders are from an early unit and things might change in the final version. So, there’s that.
The LG flagship is rumored to pack in a 5.3-inch QHD/2K display although there were reports suggesting a 3K display and it should be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor with 3 GB RAM. The camera will either be a 16 MP unit or a 20 MP unit. The device is also rumored to pack in a stylus but it is missing from these renders.
The South Korean company is expected to unveil its G4 flagship at an event in April and the company recently revealed that it plans to sell 10 million units of the G4 this year. Well, we’ll have to wait and see if LG manages to do that.