SEOUL:LG will introduce a redesigned flagship phone in June, codenamed Judy. LG traditionally launches its G-series phones in the first half of the year, followed by its V-series in the second half.
According to Venture Beat report, LG’s new flagship phone will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip, 64GB of internal storage, 4GB of RAM, stereo “boombox” speakers, wireless charging, and water, dust, and impact resistance.
The HDR screen on Judy will reportedly measure a large 6.1 inches with an 18:9 Full Vision display.
reporting that LG will implement an MLCD+ panel for the new phone’s display, which is able to hit a max 800-nit brightness while using 35 percent less power than standard IPS panels. (Nit is a measurement of brightness. Apple says the iPhone X, for instance, measures 625 nits.
The new Judy phone will also reportedly feature dual cameras with 16 megapixel sensors, glass optical elements, and lenses. The phone’s camera system will also have AI capabilities, according to the report.
The price of the smartphone has not come out so far immediately. However, its price would be less from Samsung’s S9 and S9 Plus.