LG recently said that it will launch the 2018 edition of V30 at the Mobile World Congress which is to be held between February 26 to March 1 in Barcelona, Spain. But it seems V30 2018 is not the only LG phone in works. As per reports, LG is now working with the successor of its flagship phone, the G6. The LG G6 successor is named as Judy.
Earlier LG was expected to bring the G6’s successor, called G7, at the MWC 2018. Later reports claimed that the South Korean company has postponed the launch of G7. Now it seems that the phone would not be even called as G7 and if reports are to believed, the G6 successor to come in June instead.
As reported by Venturebeat, the so-called LG Judy will arrive with a huge 6.1-inch touchscreen with 18:9 ratio. Further, it is said to have an IPS LCD panel that consumes 35 percent less power yet 800 nits of brightness.
The LG Judy, reports claim, will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and 4 GB of RAM. Besides, it rumoured to have a dual rear 16-megapixel camera setup with f/1.6 lenses, 64GB of internal storage, IP68 dust and waterproof rating, stereo speakers, HDR support, wireless charging, digital assistant and voice recognition.
To recall, the LG G6 has 4 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, 5.7 inch Quad HD display, 13+13 MP dual rear cameras, 3300 mAh display, Snapdragon 821 processor, and 5 MP front camera.
(In pic: LG G6)