Latest talks on LG G4: No metals, still Snapdragon 810 chip
The LG G4 is expected to arrive in April. While the upcoming LG flagship is still in the works, the rumors are making rounds just to keep us busy. Gossip we heard after Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 suggested that LG might be looking to join the metal bandwagon just as their fellow Korean nationals.
Despite this, a report coming out from Korea earlier today cited that LG isn’t interested in metal at least for now. The source ascertains that the LG G4’s body will be made of something else but not metal so it’s likely the company will use the kind of plastic “with aluminum feel” they used in last year’s G3 for this year’s flagship.
On processors, there’s no changes whatsoever on what LG will use to power the G4 and that puts Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 in control when the smartphone breaks cover next month.
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