LG is long-rumored to be working on a new flagship device, the successor of the current LG G3. We’ve heard quite a lot about the alleged handset in the past few weeks, and something even more interesting has popped up.
According to a new report, the alleged LG G4 may come with a flaunting 3K display. A handset with a model number VS999 was spotted in the user agent profile, revealing a resolution of 1620 by 2880 pixels.
The listing doesn’t reveal the exact name of the handset, but if you recall, the LG G3 on Verizon came with a VS985 model number so there’s a high probability that we may be looking at the upcoming flagship from the Korean manufacturer.
Previous rumors suggest the alleged LG G4 will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, which has already made its way to the LG G Flex 2. It’s also expected to come with a 20.7MP camera for photos and videos with optical image stabilization as well as a 3GB of RAM, and Android 5.0 Lollipop as its operating system.
There’s no official word from LG about its existence, but rumors hint at its launch at the Mobile World Congress 2015 next month in Barcelona. We’ll update you as soon as the handset is officially announced.
LG has now released their new G5 smartphone, have a look at our guide on the LG G5 vs LG G4, for full details on LG’s new flagship.