LG G4 Might Sport an All Metal Design, Scheduled to Launch Post MWC 2015
The fourth instalment in the G series lineup, the G4, is the company’s flagship for 2015. It is expected to trump the present G3, which came quite close to being called flawless. Rumour mills are regularly pushing updates about the upcoming G4; they’re discussing an improved display, camera and other features. Now one more coveted feature has added been added to that list. We have learnt from reliable sources close to iGyaan that the forthcoming G4 may carry an all metal design.
Coming back to the design of the handset, the G4 is expected to come in a bold metallic casing. The overall appeal of the phone will get a boost, making it stand out from the G3 which has a metal-painted plastic body. The new metal design will protect the device from accidental drops, keeping the smartphone intact and at the same time, giving it a premium look and feel.
However, the phone will not make an appearance at the mega event in Barcelona. The flagship will be launched post the Mobile World Congress 2015. Seems like LG plans to disclose the cards after seeing what other big contenders have to offer.
The G4 is speculated to have a slightly smaller 5.3-inch screen, with display quality reaching up to 3K. You will find the screen much wider in the G4 as the phone is anticipated to have reduced bezel size. Powered by 64-bit Snapdragon 810, the G4 will sport 3 GB of RAM and will run on Android Lollipop.
All these facts point out to the direction that LG’s forthcoming phone will be one beast of a device, blending elegance and power. We’re looking forward to the day LG decides to take the curtains off the G4.