LG have been on a bit of a rampage for the past few years. Where we saw two new approaches in their smartphone lineup. Which includes the not so popular LG G5 smartphone as well as the current LG G6. Which offered the first smartphone with a new 18:9 aspect ratio. Looks like all these efforts were done in order to boost up its sales. Where it certainly does seem the case with their LG G6. Which was launched before Samsung could unveil their next flagship smartphone.

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Now according to recent reports LG might be going for something similar this year as well. Where the company might be planning to move up the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone the LG G7. If this report is indeed true than we might be looking at the next LG G7 smartphone somewhere in the month of January. Aside from that the upcoming LG V30 smartphone is also said to come a month earlier than its predecessor in August this year.

LG was also contacted by Phonearena regarding this new leaked report. But the company replied saying “Nothing has been decided on the launch schedule of the upcoming phones”. Whether we see the next LG G7 smartphone this year or the next. Do take all these leaked reports with a pinch of salt. But LG did finally had something good to share this year with their current LG G6 smartphone. Where the only downside to it is its outdated processor. Which is understandable considering that Samsung had exclusive rights to the latest chip for its Galaxy S8 and S8+ launch.

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LG also recently announced that their all upcoming flagship smartphones will be carrying the latest specs. Reason being why LG and Qualcomm have been reportedly working together for the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Meaning that this year or the next LG might have exclusive rights to Qualcomm’s chip, like Samsung did.