LG 'G7' moniker confirmed by company's own app, render image appears online

Alfred Osborne
January 13, 2018

Rumors suggested that Samsung was planning to introduce an updated design for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ this year that featured narrower bezels above and below the display, but those plans were cancelled.

The phone shown in this leaked render appears to have a better screen-to-body ratio than anything that has been released at this point.

Besides the camera, the render clearly shows the full-screen design of the smartphone with negligent bezel at the sides and bottom and a thin strip at the top to house the selfie camera and sensors. The screen is seen with the same rounded corners like what we've seen with the G6 and the V30. Nevertheless, we're able to make out extraordinarily slim bezels on all sides of the display, as well as dual front cameras, which have previously been rumored. For reference, the G6 has a single front-facing 5MP camera. The authenticity of the image has also not been verified.

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But then again, towards the end of 2017, there have been a number of reports claiming that LG is going to rebrand the Gx line of smartphones starting in 2018 this year thus raising the possibility of a brand new phone name. The listing was seen on the Google Play Store.

A cellular plan comparison site called TigerMobiles has managed to get its hands on what could be our first look at the new LG G7's design. "You can install this application only if you have G7 [sic]", adds the listing. No matter how the smartphone may look and what moniker does it carry, we'll might be knowing about it at MWC 2018, which is set to take place from February 26.

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