Is it the LG G7 that could have existed? If so, he too has a notch – Tech

Is it the LG G7 that could have existed? If so, he too has a notch - Tech

An Israeli media shows us the video of a LG G7 smartphone: it may have been canceled.
        LG's next flagship is still a mystery and, at the latest news, will not be called G7. Yet an Israeli media says, video support, to have attended the presentation of a LG G7 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2018 – privately. It could therefore be a canceled product, as suggested by the well-informed journalist Evan Blass in response to the publication he considers nonetheless interesting. Interesting because it can give clues about what could be LG's future flagship. On site, the Korean manufacturer told us to have postponed its initiatives, waiting for the smartphone is ready, and was content with the V30S.

This is interesting. Article / video from an Israeli newspaper MWC showcasing the LG G7 (Neo). May be the device LG scrapped in favor of Judy. [h/t: @Hanan_haber]
– Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 28, 2018

Notch or not notch
Anyway, the LG G7, codenamed Neo, as shown by Ynet says a lot. In any case, it would have the features of the 2018 type smartphone in view of the presence of a notch pinned to iPhone X and obviously "deactivable" by adding software black bars around.
The screen would be a six-inch OLED with a resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels, offering a ratio of 19: 5.9. On the back, there are two 16 million pixel camera lenses, one with an optical stabilizer, the other with a wide angle, accompanied by the fingerprint sensor to make room for the front. . The front camera would have 8 MP.

In his bowels, this supposed G7 would compose with a Snapdragon 845 processor, supported by 4 or 6 GB of RAM depending on the version. To feed all that, he would count on a battery of 3000 mAh. Finally, while others have turned to Dolby Atmos (Samsung and Razer), LG would trust the DTS: X and technology Boom Box for better sound, especially when the phone is placed on a surface plane.
Keep in mind that this mysterious mobile device does not foreshadow the arguments of LG's future high-end smartphone. But we will probably find similarities.

LG trying to copy the iPhone X:
– Chris Online (@ chris_online101) February 28, 2018

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