LG is rumored to be working on the launch of its next flagship phone that will arrive to replace the LG G6. The South Korean company had unveiled the LG G6 in February last year. According to a South Korean publication, the rumored LG G7 may not debut in February this year. Instead the company is reportedly to make it official in March followed by market release in April.
The probable delay behind the launch of the rumored LG G7 is that the company wants to power it with the Snapdragon 845 chipset. In 2017, Samsung had signed a contract with Qualcomm to provide it with a starting stock of Snapdragon 835 because of which the LG G6 smartphone that had released before the Galaxy S8 and S8+ had to arrive with Snapdragon 821 chipset.
Previous reports have suggested that LG is planning to rename its G series of smartphones. However, as of this writing, the company is yet to confirm on a new name for its next flagship phone. There is no information available on the alleged LG G7. However, it can be guessed that it will be featuring a FullVision OLED display like the predecessor phone. Also, it is speculated that it will be equipped with dual rear cameras and iris scanning feature.