The LG G7 could feature a dedicated AI button and f/1.5 aperture
In addition to the unofficial animated render that you can see in the movie embedded at the end of the article — a CAD-generated movie that looks more like an April Fools' Day joke, to be honest — we just bumped into two new (very) interesting pieces of the LG G7 puzzle.
Although the actual name of the device might be different, South Korean news outlet ETNews has just revealed that this upcoming smartphone by LG features a dedicated button for the artificial intelligence functions, as well as a rear camera with a fixed f/1.5 aperture.
The other specs and features mentioned by ETNews — most already revealed by previous rumors and leaks — include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage (128 GB for the G7+), facial recognition, as well as a whole new touchscreen technology known as MLCD+. This type of display is expected to use up to 35 percent less power than the currently available LCD panels.
Obviously, all the above still has to be confirmed by LG, but if ETNews is right, the LG G7/G7+/<another name> will be unveiled later this month and could hit the South Korean market mid-May.