The soon to be released flagship smartphone of LG namely “LG G4” is rumoured to sport a slightly bigger screen size than its predecessor. Something even bigger “LG G4 Note” with 3K display, is on its sleeve. According to a source, it has been tweeted that the upcoming LG G4 screen size is going to be 5.6 inch big.
As seen at the press render, the LG G4 appears to be glass coated from top to bottom at the front side. The front facing camera seems to be wider. Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protector will be used in this smartphone, a level up from what is used in LG G3. Apart from the LG G4 screen size, the screen resolution is not yet leaked.
Its predecessor ‘LG G3’ has QHD display of 1440 x 2560 pixels of resolution with 538 ppi pixel density. Hence, the upcoming will surely have higher PPI density on its QHD display. Some sources have also spread the rumour that the unit might have 3K display. Finger print scanner is something worth a feature on this flagship. The fact that LG G4 screen size is going to be 5.6 inch big is a great feature in itself.
The back panel appears to be curvy but not much from its side. The twisted design at the back has camera lens rim that appears slightly bigger. It has dual LED flash next to the camera lens. Purported measurement of the device is 148.9 x 76.5 x 9.9 mm.
Other rumoured specifications include Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with the power of 3 GB of RAM. LG G4 will have Android Lollipop OS in it. LG plans to keep no stones unturned because it has set target of selling at least 10 Million units of this flagship.
The existing flagship model was revealed last year in 27th of May which makes it predictable to be released at the same month this year too. However, GSM Arena expects the smartphone to be released in April this year. It is for sure that the LG G4 is releasing on the second quarter of the year 2015.
NOTE: The above description of the design is described as seen on the press render, and the final design may slightly vary at the time of release. Keep updated with us for more precise news.
Courtesy: GSM Arena