LG’s 2018 flagship with 6.1-inch MLCD+ FullVision display, Snapdragon 845, new design said to be unveiled in June

It is already known that LG will be introducing an enhanced version of the V30 smartphone with A.I features at the MWC 2018 later this months, instead of G6’s successor. Now @evleaks is saying that the next LG flagship will be codenamed ‘Judy’ with a brand new design will be introduced in June. The phone is said to feature a 6.1-inch 18:9 FullVision display, but it will use a MLCD+ panel with white sub-pixel in RGBW matrix offering high, 800-nit brightness while consuming 35% less power compared to IPS LCD panels. It is also said to pack Snapdragon 845 SoC, but it will be coupled only with 4GB of RAM, compared to 6GB in other flagships. It is not clear if it will have an enhanced version like the V30+. It further reveals stereo speakers, 16MP dual rear cameras with f/1.6-aperture, IP68 certification, military-grade durability, wireless charging and more. LG “Judy” rumored specifications 6.1-inch FullVision MLCD+ display with a 18:9 aspect ratio Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform with Adreno 630 GPU 4GB LPDDR4x RAM, 64GB internal memory, expandable memory up to 2TB with microSD Android 8.1 (Oreo) with LG UX 16MP dual rear cameras with f/1.6-aperture front camera with wide-angle lens Fingerprint sensor Water, dust resistant (IP68), MIL-STD …
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BlackBerry Athena with Snapdragon 660, Luna and Uni smartphones surface

BlackBerry is expected to launch at least three new phones this year, and the and they are currently code-named as Athena, Luna, and Uni. These smartphones over the past few weeks, have been making their appearance on Geekbench, through configuration files, and in European device registration databases. BlackBerry already confirmed that it would launch two KeyOne phones this year and now it looks like the brand is taking a turn and launch three instead. Starting off with Uni, letsgodigital have recently discovered with patent and trademark files of the phone owned by BlackBerry and TCL. The findings revealed that the phone is expected to look identical to the BlackBerry Priv. With TCL already having a Uni named phone; the Alcatel Uni360, it is starting to look suspicious. Complicating further, The BlackBerry Uni shares same registration codes as the Uni360 leading us to believe that it could be a successor to the phone. Since it a BlackBerry device and chances of TCL mixing its brands are less, one needs to closely look at the patents which mostly focus on the camera module instead of the device. Meaning the ‘device’ used in the patent could very well be just a reference point. Moving along, the Athena is the most heard name in the recent times, …
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LG’s next flagship arrives in June with Snapdragon 845, 6.1″ screen, stereo speakers

Since the G6 was unwrapped at MWC last year, you might expect LG to unveil the G7 at the end of this month in Barcelona, but you’d be wrong. The Korean company has recently decided to overhaul its launch strategy, so all we’re getting at MWC 2018 is apparently an AI-infused iteration of the V30. LG’s true next flagship smartphone is set to arrive in June, according to a new report from VentureBeat’s Evan Blass, a.k.a. @evleaks. This device will not be called G7, which means we may bid farewell to the G series. Right now it’s known only by its codename: Judy. LG V30, Judy’s…

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Next ZTE nubia Z phone will have a Snapdragon 845, AnTuTu reveals

ZTE’s nubia line has some striking designs that house the powerful chipset of the day – for the Z17 that was the Snapdragon 835 and for this newly leaked nubia NX606J it’s the Snapdragon 845. The nubia Z17s was the first in the line to feature a tall screen, 17:9. The new device – let’s call it the nubia Z19 because its model name is clunky – has an 18:9 screen. Its resolution is 1,080 x 2,160px. The Snapdragon 845 chipset runs Android 8.0, though this being a nubia means the OS is heavily customized. There’s 6GB of RAM (good) with 32GB of storage (half what the Z17s had). ZTE…

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Snapdragon 855 expected be Qualcomm’s first 7nm SoC with Snapdragon X24 2Gbps LTE modem

Earlier this week Qualcomm introduced Snapdragon X24 as the world’s first 7nm LTE modem with up to 2Gbps download speeds as the successor of the Snapdragon X20 that is being used by in the Snapdragon 845 10nm SoC. The company will likely introduce the Snapdragon 855 later this year or early next year. Now hints of SDM855 points … Continue reading “Snapdragon 855 expected be Qualcomm’s first 7nm SoC with Snapdragon X24 2Gbps LTE modem”
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