Will LG have a new flagship ready for Mobile World Congress?
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LG's successor to the LG G3 , which we're guessing will be called the LG G4, could pack a 16-megapixel wide angle camera on the rear. That is, according to rumors emanating from Greek website Techmaniacs.
The presumed LG G4 will reportedly draw power from Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor, just like the G Flex 2 announced last week at CES.
Specs obtained by the tech site detail a wide-angle 16-megapixel camera with a 5,312x2,988-pixel resolution. Up from the 13 megapixels found in the LG G3 , we might also expect to see this next generation phone include laser autofocus as well.
As to when we'll see the formal introduction of the LG G4, Mobile World Congress makes sense. Although it'll have been less than a year since the G3's debut, LG didn't wait a full year between the G2 and G3, so there is a precedent for a quicker release cycle. If LG is quick on the draw with releasing the G4, the company would potentially get a head start on HTC and Samsung's own flagships.