Apple and Samsung have once again catapulted into the smartphone world's upper echelons with two stellar devices, theand . Now it's time for LG to see if its next flagship, the , can make it into the top ranks.
The press conference simultaneously kicks off at 8 a.m. PT today in New York, London, Paris, Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul. Check it out in your time zone.
Details of the LG G4 are hardly a closely guarded secret. In the past weeks, the South Korean device-maker has both accidentally and intentionally leaked images and specs ahead of the official unveiling.
For instance, the invitation to the event clearly shows a brown leather or leatherette backing with stitching detail, the G line's now-signature rear control buttons, and the rear camera's aperture.
LG has also confirmed the phone's curved 5.5-inch Quad HD display (2,560x1,440 pixels), which promises richer colors, and teased the G4's 16-megapixel camera.
The handset-maker has been gaining steam in the smartphone arena despite its smaller global market share. In January, LG Galaxy S6 and sales could once again turn the tide., buoyed by sales of the in 2014. Meanwhile, Samsung's profitability at the end of last year. Still, strong
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