Unknown information surfaced claiming that the upcoming LG G4 is directly focusing to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Competitors are many and now it looks like Two big manufacturers are in the competition, as the company is reportedly working on a new model of G series that will have a high-end inclusions, such as Stylus, which is the key hardware of the Galaxy Note 4.
According to the unconfirmed information, the LG G3 successor or so called the LG G4 is touted to feature a 5.3-inch QHD display with a very narrow bezels, akin to G3. On board, the G4 is said to come out with a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 chipset, paired with 4GB of RAM and believed to launch in 32GB/64GB storage variations.
The LG G4 specs also expected to feature a 20.7 MP camera and 3,500mAh battery. For the unknown, LG filed for a trademark of the “LG G Pen” moniker earlier this month, so that South Korean giant try to emulate the success of the Samsung S Pen and brings down all the multitude of software features that enable multitasking than its rival using the upcoming G Pen.
If this report is to be trusted, then you will be seeing LG unveiling the LG G4 at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in March 2015. Finally, it’s a matter of time for more evidence and rumors of the upcoming LG G4 to pop up. Stay tuned!