The South Korean tech giant is still making their fans to wait for the launch of their 2018 flagship, the LG G7, which might be launched in the summer.
Apparently LG’s initial plans were to launch the G7 at MWC 2018, but LG Electronics CEO dissatisfied with the models proposed by the company’s engineers and asked for the phone to be remade from scratch.
There were some rumors after MWC 2018 that LG might’ve presented some prototypes behind closed doors at Barcelona’s mobile technology exhibition, so some details about the design came out.
So, Benjamin Geskin in collaboration with Techno Buffalo took does rumors and created some renders of the LG G7, which you can see in the gallery bellow.
Just like other smartphones launched after the iPhone X, this LG G7 is supposed to have a notch top of the screen, not bezels on the side and just on bezel at the bottom. On the back, we can see a dual-camera, and below it a fingerprint reader.
It doesn’t look bad at all, but we also have to keep in mind that these are not official renders, so there’s no guarantee that this is the final design.