One version of the LG G4 has already been spotted, the LG-VS999, which is the version believed to be headed to US network operator Verizon. Another is the LG-H810, which is believed to be the version headed to US carrier AT&T. Now the South Korean smartphone maker’s flagship that is believed to be the international version has been spotted getting certification from Wi-Fi Alliance.
The model number of the LG G4 that passed through Wi-Fi Alliance is LG-H811. Unfortunately, not much is revealed about the LG G4 in the listing. All it reveals is that the device will run “Android L,” which is Android 5.0 (Lollipop). Not much of a surprise here. We’d actually be surprised if it didn’t run the latest version of Android.
What we do know about the LG G4 it that it is said to sport a screen with a resolution of 1620 x 2880 pixels! The LG G3 has a screen with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels (Quad HD).
Mobile World Congress will be kicking off in Barcelona, Spain, starting on the 1st of March, and Samsung is expected to lift the lid on its next flagship the Samsung Galaxy S6 at the event. Sadly, we’re not expecting the LG G4 to make its debut at the trade show. LG is expected to unveil its next flagship in late Q2.
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