LG G7 might come in January 2018

LG has been quite a lot in the news. The deals and offers its offering is quite noteworthy. Some days back they offered a sale for LG’s 20th anniversary and yesterday there was another sale on LG G6 at Amazon India.

Are they planning to clear their stocks before the phone goes out of stock few months before the launch of the next device in the line?

After reading this news, I’m quite inclined to believe so.

There has been some change of plans from LG. The usual procedure they following is of launching the phone at MWC in February and eventually releasing the device later.

The company has been doing very well with LG V20 and LG G6 and now they are planning to challenge Samsung’s Galaxy S9 with this device.

A company spokesperson said, “Nothing has been decided on the launch schedule of the upcoming phones”. As it appears, LG wants to keep everything undercovers now. But the cat is out of the bag! Or did LG

Or did LG intentionally let the cat out of the bag?

As for the LG V30, the device is expected to be launched somewhere in August.

Both the LG G7 and LG V30 will come with OLED displays. OLED display helps make the device thinner as well as display different shades of a color more easily.

As for the processor end, the LG G7 will come with Snapdragon 836 chipset. But wait, isn’t Samsung Galaxy S9 supposed to come with the same chipset. LG is clearly all set to give Samsung a competition this time.

Speaking of Snapdragon 836, Galaxy Note 8, as well as another Xiaomi phone, is expected to come with the same.

Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones coming in July.

The device would also come with a dual camera set up on the back side of the phone.

Things are going to get really interesting in 2018.

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LG G7 might come in January 2018
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