The 6.1″ screen of the successor of the LG G6 will debut the MLCD + technology

The 6.1 "screen of the successor of the LG G6 will debut the MLCD + technology

The MWC will be held just next weekend in Barcelona, and contrary to other years, we will not see the successor of the high-end of the firm.

Although the LG V30S will be presented, we will not see the successor of the LG G6, of which we have known today new data and features, such as its filing date.

A few days ago we told you the latest information about the LG V30s, a new top of the range of the Korean firm that will attract the attention of attendees to the LG stand at MWC 2018.

The successor of the LG G6 would arrive this summer

As you know, this year we will not see the LG G7 or the mobile that takes its place in the MWC 2018.

The head of LG has asked that the new mobile starts to develop from scratch, and not based on any of the previous models, this means we could see a completely different phone from the LG G6, which would bring a freshness to the range of LG phones that would not hurt.

Well, from this completely new mobile we have known some interesting details today.

The first one is that it would be launched during this next summer, or the end of spring, specifically during the month of June. According to the source, very close to the plans of LG, this new terminal would have the code name of “Judy“, and would arrive with a completely new screen, with a novel technology.

In fact, it would come with a 6.1-inch panel, with MLCD + technology, completely new, that would have white subpixels in the RGBW matrix.

In short, this screen would be very bright, up to 800 nits, but would consume up to 35% less energy than traditional IPS technology.

For the rest, they say it will have the Snapdragon 845 processor, as well as 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

The camera would be dual and would have two 13 megapixel sensors, with the aperture off / 1.6 in both cases.

It will also have IP68 certification, so you can submerge in water up to 1.5 meters deep for 30 minutes.

So these would be the wrecks on which the development of the new flagship of the firm will be based, which will de facto be the successor of the LG G6, and which should above all also offer a completely renewed aspect in terms of its design.