LG may be changing the name of its G series to something else, but it seems that this year we’re going to get a G7 anyway. And it also seems that this year’s G series flagship smartphone from LG is going to take the market by huge surprise. Being the first flagship product from the company for this year it was already expected to come with plenty of flagship-like features, but not with what we’ve seen in one of its alleged renders leaked recently.
That’s right – a latest leaked render of what’s being known as LG G7 shows the device with a very tiny bezel on the top and no other bezels on the left, right and bottom sides. Even that top bezel is so tiny that it’s just large enough to accommodate the electronics showing in front of it – nothing more, nothing less.
As for the electronics that show up on front, there’s a pretty surprising addition: a second camera lens, which means that LG G7 will come with dual lens secondary camera. Both cameras are seen in the left side of the top bezel, and in the right side there are proximity sensor and LED indicator.
So in a nutshell, this render suggests that LG G7 will come with highest screen-to-body ratio, and there will be a total of four cameras in this device – two on the back, and two in front. Impressive, isn’t it?
Other expected features include Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM, IP68 certified chassis and iris scanner to lock some particular apps. The power button is once again expected to be on the back, as it’s not visible on either left or right side of device in the render.