It looks like yet another upcoming Android phone may arrive with the iPhone X notch.
Ever since Apple released the iPhone X -- which features a black notch above the screen that houses the phone's front-facing camera and other sensors -- a gaggle of Android phone makers have been rumored to be adopting the design. In addition to the upcoming Huawei P20 and OnePlus 6, as well as the confirmed Asus ZenFone 5, it looks like the next LG phone (expected to be called the G7) may get a notch too.
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Renders of the LG G7 were shared by TechnoBuffalo, and give us a possible hint at what the phone may look like upon release. Keep in mind that these are not official renders from LG. Instead, these images were drawn up by Benjamin Geskin, who has a resume of creating renders of phones ahead of their release. The G7 images below are solely based off current rumors, so the actual G7 may well look different.
As you may notice, the G7 features a notable iPhone X-style notch at the top. This is likely because leaked photos of what is said to be the G7 surfaced recently, thanks to the Israeli publication Ynet. The leaked images reportedly came from a closed-door meeting LG held at this month's Mobile World Congress, and the phone features a notch similar to the one shown in Geskin's renders.
The images from Geskin also feature a rear fingerprint scanner, akin to the G6, and vertically stacked dual cameras. The report also includes some of the G7's other rumored specs: