You might remember the LG Isai FL. At the time, it seen as the dead giveaway of LG G3’s design and was made exclusively for Japanese carrier KDDI. The LG Isai FL was the first smartphone from a well-known large manufacturer to sport a Quad HD display and break the 500ppi pixel density barrier, which is probably why you remember it.
It arrived in Japan several months ago, so it isn’t very old, yet LG and KDDI have just announced a refreshed version of the device, called LG Isai VL. I guess they feel they should strike while the iron is hot.
It sports the same 5.5-inch Quad HD display as in the Isai FL, which means that we still have a respectable pixel density of 534ppi. There are a few areas where the Isai VL surpasses the FL: the RAM department and the call-making capabilities. The Isai FL came with 2GB of RAM, while its successor has 3GB of operational memory inside. The LG Isai VL also has the distinction of being among the first VoLTE-enabled devices in Japan. It’s also dust and water-proof too. Sweet huh?
Will the LG G4 will bear as many similarities with the Isai VL as the LG G3 had with the Isai FL? We will have to wait and see.
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