LG is all geared up to reveal its latest smartphone, the LG G4, in various events spanning six different cities, Paris, Istanbul, London, Singapore and Seoul and New York. The internet is filled with various rumors and speculations regarding the details of this new device and the possible specifications of this upcoming device. All we know is that this is going to be the successor of G3, which released last year. In the media invites sent by LG, it was revealed that the G4 will carry forward the design language of its predecessors.
The volume and power buttons will be placed below the camera lens on the back. If the rumors surrounding this upcoming device are true, it will include a Snapdragon 810 processor, the same chip that powers the G Flex 2. It will also have a 3GB RAM. LG has revealed only a few details but the internet has been revealing a lot of details involving this device. The device’s product page appeared on the Korean site of this device, earlier last month and was removed quickly. It will feature a 3000 mAh removable battery and an internal storage of 32GB. Like its predecessor, it should be expandable up to 2 Terabytes.
According to major speculations and official details, the LG G4 features a 5.5 inch quad-HD LCD display with a 2560×1440 display resolution. LG also reports that the display will have a 50% higher contrast ratio compared to the conventional QHD panels. The brightness has increased by 30% without an increase in power consumption. The touch panel isn’t placed on top of the LCD and the company has embedded the touch sensor within it. It has resulted in an improved touch response along with a slimmer design approach.
Moreover, the thickness of the panel has been reduced by discarding the need for additional spaces for touch functions. Further speculations indicate that the phone will have a 16 megapixel wide-angle rear camera with f/1.8 aperture along with laser focus which results in superior performance during low-light conditions. It is in contrast with the 13MP camera that was earlier spotted on its product page.