There’s plenty of talk about the LG G4, although the company hasn’t given away the suspense just yet. A new report from The Korea Times now suggests that the smartphone might not arrive until at least April this year. This comes as the MWC event is scheduled to begin in two weeks from now.
This isn’t a shock to us as LG was always believed to be waiting until mid-2015 to launch its new flagship. Although this new report mentions April, it’s more than likely that the company will delay the launch until the end of May.
By then, the company will have a brief idea as to what to expect from the competition with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9 expected to launch before the MWC 2015 event in Barcelona.
The LG G4 could be the smartphone to beat this year, much like the LG G3 was last year. We expect to see a 2K resolution display on board along with the new 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. Since the camera was one of the strong suits of the LG G3, we expect the new flagship to be somewhat similar in that regard.
Source: The Korea Times
Via: Android and Me