LG said it is discontinuing the G series naming, but the new flagship might be named LG G7 after all. The device is expected to go on sale in April and a first alleged render of the phone appeared. According to the image, the top and bottom bezels will be even tinier than the LG G6, while the ones on the side will be non-existent.
The render reveals the front will have massive screen-to-body ratio, higher than the LG G6. The screen will be a FullVision 18:9 display and will have two selfie cameras above. They are seen on the left side of the earpiece, while on the right are placed the proximity sensor and LED indicator.
Two buttons are visible on the left side which will be the volume rocker, while the power button will most likely stay on the back.
If LG really launches the G7 in the second quarter of 2018, it will most likely come with Snapdragon 845 and Quick Charge 4.0. Other rumored specs include iris scanner for locking certain apps.