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LG G7 Set to Arrive in March With OLED Display and Snapdragon 845: Details

If the latest reports are indicative, the LG G7 may soon be on its way. Only yesterday, certain reports had indicated that the new LG flagship would probably be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. Today’s reports, however, mention that the new Snapdragon 845 SoC will be seen aboard these new devices.

We had reported months ago how the new device could well be powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC. Also, the latest reports suggest how the device may well have an OLED display and an astounding 6GB of RAM. This flagship model may also have a bigger than average battery onboard.

At the end of the first quarter, we are expecting to see a new contest between the two South Korean behemoths, Samsung and LG. While the former is all set to launch its latest Samsung Galaxy S9 and the S9+ at the MWC 2018, the LG G7 will launch a few months hence.

There is another reason why we believe that the company could well push the sales a bit further down the year. Apparently, when the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 was announced, the biggest batch was bought off by Samsung and hence, the rival, LG, will not get too many chipsets to use. Therefore, the launch dates could well be delayed.

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Also, the new device is expected to run an astounding 6GB RAM, which is better when compared to 4GB RAM that the preceding LG G6 model features. The new handset will also partake of the OLED display tech as well as the all-screen design that was so obvious in the LG V30.

describing Qualcomm’s Quick Charge fast charging technology, suggesting that the device might come with Quick Charge 4.0 support.

Other key specs which will be present onboard the LG G7 are the IP68 certification, dual rear cameras, splendid dual selfie cameras, an advanced iris scanner, and wireless charging.

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