LG is set to release their latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4, and it will release at the very end of April, according to the official teaser. It reveals that the device will launch on April 28th and will mark the fourth edition of the G series. While LG has never been an outright leader in the smartphone space, they have continually brought improvement to their devices, and this is no different than some of the others that they have released to date in that regard.
The device is expected to boast a 5.5-inch display, which has been billed as a True HD-IPS and will feature Corning Gorilla Glass 4. It’ll be running Android 5.0 Lollipop, which shouldn’t surprise anyone – and will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor. That’s interesting because it’ll be the only flagship device from the major Android producers that doesn’t go with the Snapdragon 810 processor that was ditched by Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge for overheating in tests.
That being said, the device will bring 3GB of RAM storage and will have 32GB of expandable storage inside the device – that can work out to 128GB loosely. The cameras are also impressive in terms of flagship devices, as it boasts a 16MP rear shooter, and then an 8MP front shooter that can capture full-HD at 30fps. The color options appear to be fairly traditional on the device, as LG has gone with black, white, and gold options for this smartphone – but all will feature fast charging, which will give users 60% battery in 30 minutes.
There hasn’t been any chatter yet on what the price might be of the LG G4, but the device will certainly be able to hold its own in the very crowded Android battlefield that 2015 has turned into. In fact, it very well could turn out to be a better producer than the HTC One M9 does especially given the fact that HTC is also considering launching a secondary device that closely compares to the One M9. While some might be bored with this device, and relegate it to the same fate as the unchanged HTC One M9 – the truth is that the LG G4 won’t have any problem moving itself throughout the year because of the specifications inside the phone. Just like most Android devices won’t experience this problem throughout 2015.