LG Judy Could Succeed G6, With Bigger and Better Display

By Techpads | Last Updated: February 19, 2018- 1:42 pm
LG Judy could succeed G6

LG Judy is expected to come with a 6.1-inch screen, which is significantly bigger than the one on the G6. Moreover, the display is likely to sport an aspect ratio of 18:9.


LG Electronics’ next flagship could be ‘Judy,’ with a bigger screen and far better display features than the G6 launched last year.

While there has been no official announcement by the South Korean smartphone maker, the specifications of LG Judy have been leaked in a report by popular tipster Evan Blass on Venture Beat. The report further mentions that the new flagship smartphone is unlikely to arrive before June.

LG Electronics had earlier mentioned that it had plans to launch new variants of its popular G Series and V Series of handsets. There were expectations of the company launching a new variant of the V30 at the upcoming MWC 2018.

 

LG Judy: Improved Display

LG Judy is expected to come with a 6.1-inch screen, which is significantly bigger than the one on the G6. Moreover, the display is likely to sport an aspect ratio of 18:9.

In fact, the display could feature a new type of display known as MLCD+. The report by Blass says that this panel will be “capable of high, 800-nit brightness while consuming 35 percent less power than standard IPS LCD panels.”

 

LG Judy: Other Specifications

According to rumors, LG Judy would be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The latest device would be water, dust and impact resistant, with IP68 certification and military standard durability.

The smartphone could sport a dual rear camera setup, with the primary camera being 16MP with an aperture of f/1.6.

LG Judy is also expected to come with stereo speakers, high dynamic range imaging, wireless charging, digital assistant, voice recognition, and AI-based camera features.

Although LG Judy is expected to be the successor to the LG G6, it would not be branded as G7, as per the Venture Beat report.