Earlier this month, Evan Blass tweeted about an LG phone with the codename Judy. With high-end specs, the phone is set out to be LGs next flagship smartphone and is to be announced some time in June.
Today, Blass tweeted specifically about Judys possible model number: LG G710. For reference, the Korean variant of the LG G6 was G600, so its entirely possible that this could be either related to the G6 or a total successor to the G6. Although Blass claims that G7 will not be Judys official name, this leaked model number tells a different story.
The model number on Judy, for those who keep track of this sort of thing, is LG G710.
Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 27, 2018
LG plans to reveal Judy later in June. Currently, its rumored specs are a 6.1-inch (just sligtly larger than the V30’s) MLCD+ screen with white sub-pixels. This could being the phones brightness up to 800 nits, all while using less power than a more conventional IPS LCD display.
Additionally, Judy is expected to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU paired with 4GB of RAM. There is also 64GB of internal storage which we imagine would be expandable via a microSD card. There is also LGs dual camera with glass optical elements and f/1.6 aperture lenses.
Other specs include an HDR10-supported display, water/dust/impact resistance, stereo speakers described as boom box speakers, wireless charging, and camera AI.
Well be waiting until June to see what LG is cooking up.