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No, this isn’t the LG G7 in Lime Green

LG decided to scrap the G7 project and start all over again, leading to a delayed launch of the flagship. We showed you the possibly canceled device last month, and now a presentation slide of the G7 in Lime Green color appeared online, leaking from an LG computer at MWC 2018.

The poster also includes the line Lifes Good when you play more that was the leading marketing slogan for the LG G5 launch back in 2016. The phone should come with LG ThinQ Mods, suggesting a modular design, but the image is fake even if the device itself aligns with previous rumors .

The LG G7 should have 6.1 FullVision screen with resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels that translates to a ratio of 19.5:9. The chipset should be Snapdragon 845, coupled with either 4 or 6 GB RAM. The storage is 64/128 GB, the dual cameras will have 16 MP sensors with f/1.6 aperture (that is more likely to be f/1.69, as is the case with LG V30s lens).

The original slogan on LG G5’s battery

The LG G7 duo is also rumored to have an iris scanner, IP68, HDR10 and a battery capacity of 3,000 mAh. Whether these specs are real will be known once the Korean company makes an official announcement. Until then you can enjoy the recently introduced LG V30S ThinQ with software enhancements and new body colors.

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