After making a splash at the CES with the LG G Flex2 and LG Active Bending device, their take on a dual-curved display, things had been relatively calm at their end. The company seems to be basking in the successful launch of the LG G Flex 2. A latest rumor making rounds in tech-town has brought LG back in the spotlight again and it is related to one of the highly anticipated smartphones on 2015, the LG G4.
The latest rumors suggest that LG G4 will be powered by 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset accompanied by a 3GB RAM. This is not surprising considering the manufacturer has already used this processor in LG G Flex 2. There are reports that due to the chip over heating issue, Samsung will be using its own Exynos chipset for 90% of the Galaxy S6. Apart from this the other information revealed suggests that the smartphone will sport a 16-meapixel front camera. No information about the front-camera is given but we hope that the company has put in some effort as LG G Flex2 front shooter specs are utterly disappointing at 2.1-megapixel.
We will be looking at LG’s new smartphone at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) in March. Let’s see if LG manages to repeat its success of CES at MWC with LG G4, it will be a little difficult considering other companies will also be launching their latest flagships at the event, but you never know.
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