LG G7 is not dead, but it will only come when ready, affirms OEM


Rate this post

We all were surprised when all of sudden, LG decided to not reveal the LG G7 during the MWC 2018. According to a report, the LG CEO were not satisfied with the next LG flagship and ordered the development to start from scratch.

After such move, a lot of LG enthusiasts and smartphone fans started to speculate that the South-Korean’s flagship could not appear in 2018. However, there is no need for despair, since the company itself revealed that the flagship launch was just postponed. According to a LG statement made in response to Android Central, the G7 is right on track for release and more information regarding the flagship will be delivered “when the time is right”.

“The successor to the G6 is on schedule and the official name will be announced when the time is right. Until then, reports of a decision being made on the timing and name are all speculative.”

Being delayed or not, LG still is doing the necessary work to bring the usual yearly-pair of flagships. Despite all the controversies, we can’t see a reason for the company not be bringing the LG V40. The good side of this delay is that by the time when LG decides to unveil the LG G7, the Snapdragon 845 will be available in large scale. Thus allowing the company to not repeat the same mistake that foreshadowed the LG G6 among its rivals.

Previous Xiaomi, Lenovo, Vivo and Oppo signs $2 billion deal for Qualcomm's components
Next Xiaomi quietly launches Redmi 5 variant with 4GB of RAM