However, the company is rumored to be working on the LG G6 successor and this smartphone has been codenamed as the LG Judy.
LG's 2018 flagship smartphone, which is code-named "Judy" will have an all-new design and should be released in June.
Earlier LG was expected to bring the G6's successor, called G7, at the MWC 2018. Instead of the POLED display offered with the LG V30 and V30 Plus, the 2018 flagship device from LG will be coming with a new MLCD+ display technology.
The next flagship from LG believed to be the LG G7 is not coming anytime soon after all. This smartphone is said to feature a brand new design that would set it apart from early 2017's G6.
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Like most of the other flagships that will be released this year, Judy will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 processor with an Adreno 630 GPU. The new display tech will significantly improve the brightness of the display without using less power.
As far as cameras are concerned, the device will have a dual camera setup (13MP + 13MP, both with f/1.6 apertures) on the rear, and we don't know about front cameras yet. While there's no word of expandable storage, this phone is tipped to roll with at least 64GB internal storage. However, LG might launch a premium model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage. The panel will also employ a RGBW subpixel matrix where "W" stands for white. It will be one of the brightest smartphone displays with 800-nit brightness and will consume 35% less power than a standard IPS LCD display.
The so called LG Judy will arrive with a huge 6.1 inch touchscreen with 18:9 ratio. Additionally, features include IP68 water and dust resistance with a military standard rating for durability, camera AI, digital assistant and wireless charging. This device was also tipped to have "boombox" speakers of the stereo persuasion.
In any case, we will have to wait for further details to pop up.