Looks like the LG G4, which is slated to be announced in the next quarter, has another variant to keep it company. An XDA user has leaked images of what he claims to be the LG G4 Note, and it looks like nothing but a larger variant of the LG G4 with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop running on it. Also Read - LG Electronics forays into EV charging businessAlso Read - LG OLED 2022 Smart TV series launched in India with prices starting at Rs 89,990
The leaked LG G4 Note photos resembles a lot to the ones that have leaked so far of the LG G4. The company is trying to ape Samsung’s Note series, and we can see the stylus slot at the back on the top left. The images also show off Android 5.0.2 Lollipop running on the phablet. Also Read - LG Gram 16, Gram 17 powered by 12th Gen Intel processors launched; Price, specifications
It retains the brushed metal finish as well as the camera and toggle switches at the back. The photos also show a curved body, something it borrows from the GFlex 2 and is expected on the G4 as well.
The LG G4 is rumored to have a 5.6-inch screen, and if there is a Note variant, then it has to have a bigger display. Mostly everything about the LG G4 has already surfaced online, and we expect the LG G4 Note to pretty don the same specifications. It could either flaunt a QHD (1440 2560 pixels) display, like its predecessor, or a whopping 3K display with a resolution of 1620 2880 pixels. If the G4 does launch with 3K display, it will be the first smartphone to have such high-resolution screen.
The rumor mill also hint at a Snapdragon 810 SoC mated with 3GB of RAM. The LG G4 is expected to come with a more powerful 16-megapixel sensor as opposed to the 13-megapixel snapper on the G3. There also seems to be a wide-angle front camera to appease selfie lovers. The rear, just like its predecessor, still features the back-button setup along with a big camera lens, dual-LED flash and auto-focus.
Its dimensions are reported to be 148.9 76.5 9.9mm, which makes it taller, wider and fatter than its predecessor 146.3 74.6 8.9mm.
LG CEO Juno Cho had recently hinted that the company would unveil the next flagship smartphone in the second quarter, and another high-end product in the second half. With the second quarter now around the corner, we should expect an announcement soon.